Thanks to encryption, we may never spot space aliens says Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden says encryption will make Earth and Earthlings invisible to extraterrestrials The anti-encryption lobby has just got a new fan. After the government agencies, who are against encryption for obvious reasons, Edward Snowden has spoken out against encryption albeit for a different reason altogether. Edward Snowden, the US government…

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Math is never a problem with Calculator for Android Wear

Math is a part of all of our lives every day, in a hundred different inconspicuous ways. Usually you can get along with doing math in your head, or pulling out your phone. If you miss the days where your wrist held a calculator as well as told the time,…

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You’ve Probably Never Heard of America’s Worst Police Force

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans On the evening of August 11, 2007, several members of the Punta Santiago Scooter Club volunteered to serve as escorts for a 15-year-old girl celebrating her quinceañera. The yellow-shirted club members’ parked scooters partially blocked traffic on Highway 3, a two-lane…

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The internet will never be hacker free, warns DARPA

The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has warned that users of the internet will never be fully secure. DARPA director Arati Prabhakar made the claim during the Washington Post‘s Cybersecurity Summit, arguing that the only way fully to […] For more information go to http://www.NationalCyberSecurity.com, http://www. GregoryDEvans.com, http://www.LocatePC.net…

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Internet: You Can Never Be To Safe

  I didn’t practice what I had preached. As a result, one of my daughter’s internet accounts was recently compromised. You see, I got lazy. I allowed her to download an app that I had not thoroughly researched. She was one of the last in her group of friends to…

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The 5 Deadly Clicks: The Links You Should Never Touch

  Here’s a scary scenario. You’re innocently surfing the Web, maybe on an unfamiliar site, not paying close attention. Suddenly your computer screen fills with illegal pornographic images of minors. You try to navigate away, but a warning screen branded by the National Security Administration’s Internet Surveillance Program pops up…

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