Month: août 2015 (page 1 of 5)

The essay you have just seen is completely meaningless and was randomly generated by the Postmodernism Generator. To generate another essay, follow this link.

Source : Communications From Elsewhere

When ads and security clash, Google wants to figure out a compromise, because Google is an advertising company.

Source : Google Tips Off Developers On Apple Security Workaround, Ad Selling | Re/code

Today there are many parts of the English countryside where there are more cameras than George Orwell could ever have imagined.

Source : Digital surveillance ‘worse than Orwell’, says new UN privacy chief | Technology | The Guardian

I think GCHQ was doing half theater and half genuine threat response here. The likelihood that The Guardian had anything hidden in the trackpad was low, but from GCHQ’s perspective they’d hide something in the trackpad so why wouldn’t anyone else?

Source : The Way GCHQ Obliterated The Guardian’s Laptops May Have Revealed More Than They Intended

Ces dernières années, les principaux attentats qui ont touché la France et la Belgique ont ainsi surtout été le fait de terroristes qui ne se sont pas radicalisés sur le Web, comme le montrent les enquêtes des services de renseignement, de police et de gendarmerie.

Source : Les terroristes qui ont frappé la France ne se sont pas radicalisés « en ligne »

Intel is equipping Australian honey bees with RFID ‘black box’ chips to track the movements of the insects to discover why their populations are declining.

Source : Intel and CSIRO create RFID bee backpacks with Edison | ZDNet

Ohlala – the first app for paid dating. We’re up for it. Are you?

Source : Home Ladies – Ohlala

How Crystal affects page load times in iOS 9

Source : What mobile ad blocking looks like in the real world

Le site de location d’appartements a annoncé ce mardi qu’il collecterait la taxe de séjour directement auprès des voyageurs pour ensuite la reverser à la ville.

Source : Paris : Airbnb collectera la taxe de séjour à partir du 1er octobre

Leaked emails from the company’s CEO suggests that AshleyMadison’s top leadership hacked into a competing dating service in 2012.

Source : Leaked AshleyMadison Emails Suggest Execs Hacked Competitors — Krebs on Security

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