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June 18, 2011

Google Search by Image

With Google's new Search Image you can explore the web in an entirely new way by beginning your Google search with an image. With this feature you can learn more about images on the web and your own photos. Most importantly for... Continue Reading →

LulzSec Hackers Finally Explain Themselves

By PARMY OLSON . The mischievous hacking group LulzSec has posted an unusually serious statement to mark their 1,000th tweet, and for the first time it explains in some detail why they’ve gone on a month-and-a-half long hacking spree claiming the likes of PBS,... Continue Reading →

Protect yourself from Olympic phishing scams

Nobody yet knows for certain whether they have been allocated 2012 Olympic event tickets. Until June 24, when confirmations arrive, there remains the risk that some people will have been the victim of cybercrime. Until this uncertainty and the concern... Continue Reading →

Face Recognition and Facebook’s Recurring Privacy Problem

Once again, Facebook has messed with users' privacy in the name of a new feature.   The latest controversy is over Facebook facial recognition, which can automatically tag friends in photos just by matching the image to a massive database of faces.... Continue Reading →

Only thE aim iz to havE a bEEr paRty. wid LION in his oWn CAVE…deadbj

^Only thE aim iz to havE a bEEr paRty. wid LION in his oWn CAVE^...deadbj  

SEGA Pass Hacked

SEGA Pass, the gaming company’s member database and online network, has been hacked. SEGA took the SEGA Pass system offline Thursday. Friday morning, it sent an email to Pass members alerting them that an unauthorized and unidentified third party had... Continue Reading →

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