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Hacky Hack Hack
Hacky Hack Hack

A 14-year-old Australian boy hacked into Apple servers and downloaded 90GB in documents The 14-year-old teen from Melbourne Australia was found to have broken into Apple servers and downloaded approximately 90GB of information. When law enforcement intercepted him, they confiscated two laptops, a mobile phone and a hard drive. Following this confiscation, the officers found a folder on the network labeled ‘Hacky Hack Hack’, within lay the stolen Apple files. The teen...

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Google's Summer Privacy Changes
Google’s Summer Privacy Changes

#1: Google is implementing a new privacy system that lets you know if you are being attacked by the government Last week, Google announced they were adding a feature that notifies organizations if they believe one or more user accounts are being attacked by government-backed hacking. This latest addition can be activated by an admin. ZDNet writes, you will be notified “If Google believes a government based attacked has attempted to access...

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James Bond Going Digital?

If you’ve seen the 2015 blockbuster film, Spectre, then you know where we’re heading with this. MI6 and James Bond, on a clandestine mission, to ensure the safety of the world’s population remains in the hands of living, breathing spies – not digital Big Brother. While it is an exaggeration, the film showcases the very real dangers of total surveillance, especially what can happen when the extracted data falls into...

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