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Asks South American free software association not to promote it at events

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Optimizing your browser’s settings is a critical step in using the Internet securely and privately. Today’s popular browsers include built-in security features, but users often fail to optimize their browser’s security settings on installation.

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this article was published Tuesday 19 March 2013 18.13 GMT but removed from original source as well as Google cache , but keeps translated and here and in exported to pdf from evernote CESG rejects BB10 software in new Z10…

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Other troubles for system administrators: March is confirming the 2013 dangerous trend with several high profile breaches against industrial, financial and governmental targets. The first two weeks…

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Privacy is dead

Posted: 23/03/2013 in Uncategorized

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Privacy is dead. There is no such thing as privacy. We are all under constant, unending, crushing surveillance. Depressed? You should be. This is the pow

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Aging standard isn’t holding up very well in face of sophisticated attacks.

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Many technologies and trends come and go and so many fail to measure up to the hype but it appears BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) isn’t one of them. BYOD is changing the way employees work and it’s i…

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