The most common way to die from taking a selfie is falling from a heights, followed by drowning. From Priceonomics:
Bring technologists and members of the intelligence community together to figure out what to do about unbreakable encryption and guess what they conclude?
They conclude that they don’t really need to worry about it.
BitTorrent is an excellent distribution mechanism, but for a file to live on at least one person has to keep sharing it.
The nation’s hacker-in-chief took up the ironic task at the Enigma Conference in San Francisco.
Cold messages are part and parcel of every recruiter’s day. It’s the way that we connect with new candidates, and we couldn’t survive without them. What’s pretty shocking though is that almost 90 percent of these messages aren’t personalized!
In October 2015 Sanmay Ved recently owned the domain name, Google.com. Of course, it was short lived, and Ved had no intentions of actually keeping the domain name, but Google decided to offer a financial reward anyway. At the time, Ved declined to share how much this reward was, but he did note that it was “more than $10,000.” Today, Google let the cat out of the bag in its “Google Security Rewards — 2015 Year in Review.” Originally, Google paid out $6,006.13 to Ved, which — if you sort of squint — spells out “Google.” After it found out
Monetization of content projects, be it a newspaper or online-only news publication, is a pain these days.
As champions of less restrictive copyright law and advocates of greater online freedoms and privacy, the Pirate Party has stamped its mark on the online space in recent years.
As a niche political movement it has often taken a guerrilla approach to its activism, with strategies often designed to provoke a fierce response from perceived enemies.
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