EU copyright rules need to be rebalanced to give internet users more rights as compared to creators and rights holders according to a draft European Parliament report published today (19 January).
When you join Twitter, it sets your profile picture as a colored egg but for people to take you seriously, you replace that egg with your face. This is the first rule of the Twitter book but some users aren’t paying attention. Maybe they are too lazy to change the avatar, maybe they want to stay anonymous or maybe they are bots and fake users created by spammers who “sell” Twitter followers.
Last year we wrote about We Are Social’s huge report on everything internet, mobile and social and the company is back with an even bigger report on trends than last year. In this year’s huge 376 page report, the social marketing agency details how the internet has changed in the last year in-depth.
Pinterest recorded the biggest percentage rise in active users of every major social network in 2014, reveals a new study.
Sujan Patel is the VP of Marketing at thisCLICKS, the makers of When I Work – an employee scheduling software solution for small businesses. Any good marketer or business owner trying to leverage the Web to connect with more prospective customers knows that SEO is always changing.
TL;DR: Breach Notification refers to the notification that businesses, government agencies and other entities are required by law in most states to do when certain personally identifiable information is obtained, or believed to have been obtained by an unauthorized party. Breach Notification refers to the notification that businesses, government agencies and other entities are required […]
The UK and US are to stage cyber attack “war games” against Wall Street and the City of London in a new joint defence against hackers.
Hacker’s List, a website that offers to connect customers and “professional” hackers for hire, would have you believe that just about everyone, at one point or another, needs to hack into something. And it wants to help.
In an attempt to deter these infringements, the MPAA and individual movie studios send thousands of takedown notices to Internet services every month. Most of these requests are directed at Google.
Last night at a SpaceX event in Seattle, Elon Musk revealed that he plans to spend $10 billion building out the internet in space.
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