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Monthly archive June, 2017

Apple Defends Claims That It Violated Consumer Law

Apple Defends Claims That It Violated Consumer Law
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Case brought against Apple in Australia by ACCC. Consumer protection laws are tricky, and as such they can vary widely... Read More →

Court Rules Google Must Block Some Search Results

Court Rules Google Must Block Some Search Results
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Canada’s Supreme Court ruling latest blow for Google. In the same week that the Alphabet subsidiary was fined a... Read More →

Amazon Files Patent To Block Comparison Shopping In Its Stores

Amazon Files Patent To Block Comparison Shopping In Its Stores
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Applies to its physical bricks and mortar stores. Amazon filed a patent on May 30 to block shoppers in its physical... Read More →

Top 5 Alternative PDF Converters And Readers

Top 5 Alternative PDF Converters And Readers
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There's more to Portable Document Format manipulation than Adobe Acrobat. There’s no getting away from it, Adobe... Read More →

Firefox Creators Mozilla Launch $2M Prize To Decentralize The Web

Firefox Creators Mozilla Launch $2M Prize To Decentralize The Web
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Initiative could change the face of the internet. No that’s right, the not for profit organization, Mozilla,... Read More →

Google Hit With Record $2.7bn EU Fine Over Shopping Search Results

Google Hit With Record $2.7bn EU Fine Over Shopping Search Results
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Company found to have promoted its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results. Alphabet subsidiary,... Read More →
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Opera Browser 46: Getting Better All The Time

Opera Browser 46: Getting Better All The Time
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We review the latest stable update of the popular Opera web browser. The latest stable update for Opera browser is... Read More →

Facebook Claims To Hit Back At Terrorism

Facebook Claims To Hit Back At Terrorism
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Promises to take active approach to preventing on-site activity. Another day, another headline about a terrorist... Read More →

UK Parliament Hacked By Foreign Operatives

UK Parliament Hacked By Foreign Operatives
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Email accounts of MPs, peers, and staff were compromised during the cyber-attack. In what is already being blamed as a... Read More →

Latest Avast Antivirus Features New Ransomware Shield

Latest Avast Antivirus Features New Ransomware Shield
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Avast Internet Security and Avast Premier now offer enhanced security.  In response to the growing... Read More →

iPhone 8 Features Rumored Ahead Of Fall Launch

iPhone 8 Features Rumored Ahead Of Fall Launch
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The most accurate sneak peek yet at Apple's flagship phone. There are already so many rumors swirling about the... Read More →

DDoS Attack Hits Skype

DDoS Attack Hits Skype
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Attack by CyberTeam proves DDoS is still a threat. Users who were experiencing frustration with Skype last week... Read More →
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Russians Hackers Are “Patriotic” According To Putin

Russians Hackers Are “Patriotic” According To Putin
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Putin says patriotic Russians may be involved in hacking. Recent announcements have shed new light on the great... Read More →

Australian Cops Cancel 590 Speeding Tickets In Wake Of WannaCry Attack

Australian Cops Cancel 590 Speeding Tickets In Wake Of WannaCry Attack
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Drivers have lucky escape thanks to ransomeware.  Police in Victoria, Australia, have taken... Read More →

Time’s Running Out On Those Amazon Credits

Time’s Running Out On Those Amazon Credits
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Deadline to use credits following Apple lawsuit is June 24. If you remember the great digital publishing shakeup a few... Read More →

Top 5 IP And Network Scanners

Top 5 IP And Network Scanners
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Scan networks, ports, servers, devices and more. Whether you’re a network administrator who needs detailed insight,... Read More →

Uber CEO Kalanick Resigns

Uber CEO Kalanick Resigns
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Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick makes his temporary leave of absence permanent and resigns as chief... Read More →

Firm Pays Record-Setting $1M Hacker Ransom

Firm Pays Record-Setting $1M Hacker Ransom
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Web-hosting firm Nayana pays to unlock frozen computers. The cybersecurity industry has tracked a sizeable... Read More →