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Twitter Password Reset Email

If you’re wondering if the e-mail asking you to change your password on your Twitter account is legit or a phishing scam look no further the e-mail is legit.  Twitter sent password reset email to many accounts, thanks to a security breach.  Sites like Mashable,...
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The Slashdot Effect

CmdTaco aka Rob Malda took to the time to write an excerpt on his new home page http://cmdrtaco.net about the site he founded, and was chef editor of for 14 years.  For those of you who do not know who Commander Taco, he is the original owner...
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2012 Election Results

The 2012 election results are in and President Barack Obama will be our president till 2016.  President Barack Obama won the popular vote by 2,548,473 and the electoral vote by 97 votes making this a very close election.  After the election had concluded Mitt Romney made speech...
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Kim Dotcom Announces Mega

Kim Dotcom (Kim Schmitz), the founder of the shuttered file-sharing site that housed everything from family photos to blockbuster films, on Thursday announced via Twitter a new online storage service called Mega that will give users direct control, and responsibility over their files. Mega will launch in...
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Anonymous launching TYLER a WikiLeaks Competitor

The Anonymous hacktivist community has released a new video to reveal the initiation of TYLER, an operation part of Project Mayhem 2012. Designed to be a WikiLeaks competitor the new project is scheduled to be done December 21 of this year. The digital voice states:...
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Top 10 E-mail Scams

1.PayPal Account Needs Attention 2. Ebay account needs you to verify your bid 3. UPS Package needs to be delivered 4. You inherited large sum of money from foreign relative. 5. Lottery Winning Scams 6. Best Stock Tips 7. Mystery Shopper Wanted 8. Cheap Medication...
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Netflix Loses 800 Hours Of Content

As of Friday, Sept. 21 Neflix lost A&E and the History channel this is the biggest loss in content since the loss of Starz and Encore.  The loss in content represents more than 40 shows and 800 hours on content.  Netflix has made a comment in saying the viewer ship and...
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Pirate Bay Founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg Arrested

Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg (online name Anakata) has been arrested in Cambodian. He was sentenced to one year in jail for his involvement in The Pirate Bay but has been missing for some time. Svartholm was wanted internationally but exact details as to...
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Search Engine Optimization Over Online Ads

With the electronics document industry gaining more popularity every day and less paper print being distributed the internet has become the platform for finding businesses for the services you need and desire.  Unlike Google Adwords and Facebook ads Search Engine Optimization (SEO) cost you nothing but your time.  SEO...
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Wikileaks Still Down After Major Leak

Wikileaks reports a government spy network using Trapwire to capture surveillance cameras in stores, casinos, and other businesses around the country.  Apparently agents can use facial recognition software to analyze this footage for people of interest.  The way Trapwire works is every few seconds, data picked up at surveillance...
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