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June 13, 2011

Seeking Address: Why Cyber Attacks Are So Difficult to Trace Back to Hackers

Cyber attacks may not be a new phenomenon but the recent successes scored against high-profile targets includingCitiGroup, Google, RSA and government contractors such as Lockheed Martinunderscore the targets' current failure to block security threats enabled by theInternet. Malicious hackers use the very same technology that enables... Continue Reading →

Facebook Users DROP In U.S.: Millions Left The Social Network In May 2011

Facebook is almost at 700 million users, but it recently experienced big dips in U.S. and Canadian growth. According to Inside Facebook, the social networking site hit 687 million monthly users in June, though the growth rate overall has been slower... Continue Reading →

Lily Allen: Marriage and Facebook clickjacking in the same weekend

Although we see scams spreading on the Facebook social network every day of the week, there seems to be a special spurt of activity at weekends. Maybe people who are susceptible to scams are more likely to be clicking on... Continue Reading →

HOAX: McDonald’s Official Statement Condemns Racist Sign [UPDATED]

Making the Twitter rounds on a super-sized scale today (under the hashtag of #seriouslymcdonalds) is this obviously fake sign that’s allegedly in a McDonald’s restaurant. It claims that “African-American customers are now required to pay an additional fee of $1.50 per transaction.”... Continue Reading →

Horrific Le Mans Crash Goes Viral on YouTube [VIDEO]

Watching this dramatic crash that happened early in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race on Saturday, you might wonder how 41-year-old driver Allan McNish survived such violence. As you can see in the video, McNish, who won the 24 Hours of Le... Continue Reading →

YouTube Box Office now in India

If YouTube was your one stop destination for videos, now it will become your one stop destination for movies as well. YouTube and Intel have partnered to bring you the latest blockbusters online. You can log on to to... Continue Reading →

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