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Fake Internet cafes used by U.K. spy agency during the G20 summit of 2009

New documents published by the Guardian purportedly show that the U.K.’s spy agency used fake Internet cafes with built in key logger programs to monitor foreign leaders’ cellular calls and computer E-mails and communications. [caption id="attachment_38266" align="aligncenter" width="300"] An aerial image of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.[/caption]

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Facebook wants feds to let them reveal FISA requests

  Sources inside Facebook claim the social media giant is in serious negotiations with the U.S. Justice Department in an effort to allow the public to see how federal information requests work.  This disclosure would also include all requests under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). (more…)

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Zeus virus returns to Facebook – drains bank accounts

[caption id="attachment_35188" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Legend says that Odysseus came up with the idea of the Trojan Horse.[/caption] The Zeus virus, which first appeared a few years ago has returned, and it is using Facebook to spread itself again.  The Zeus virus is a very powerful Trojan horse, and once activated

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Domino’s Pizza experiments with drone delivery, no tip required

[caption id="attachment_34842" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Image Source: Dominos's Pizza UKandROI YouTube channel[/caption] When we normally hear or read about drones, we immediately think of warfare or surveillance technology, but in actuality drones are quickly becoming an big part of civilian hobby use.  Now a Domino's franchise in the U.K. has taken

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Hollywood praises new anti-piracy processor from ARM

The computer chip manufacturer, ARM, recently announced a new video processor that helps content producers stop piracy on mobile platforms.  The video chip is called the Mali-V500 and comes with embedded anti-piracy features offering HD video playback security. ARM says this new chip meets the most stringent of anti-piracy testing

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