• Healthcare industry more vulnerable to hacking

    Healthcare industry more vulnerable to hacking

    The personal information held by clinics, hospitals, and other businesses involved in healthcare is more vulnerable to hacking than confidential data held by financial institutions, according to experts.

  • Sony Movies Stolen, Now On Web After Hack

    Sony Movies Stolen, Now On Web After Hack

    A hack at Sony Pictures has resulted in at least five of the company’s latest films being released to the Internet before they hit theaters or DVD. The hack attack shut down the studio just before Thanksgiving and has resulted in the illegal release of the films on illicit file-sharing hubs. The films, which are
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  • Most parents don’t supervise their kids’ internet access

    Most parents don’t supervise their kids’ internet access

    Thanks to the internet and social media, children are now enjoying things that the previous generations were only allowed to do at a much later age, according to research by security firm BullGuard.

  • China loosens internet restrictions for World Internet Conference

    China loosens internet restrictions for World Internet Conference

    Beijing has decided to relax its restrictive firewall for the upcoming World Internet Conference that will be held in Wuzhen from November 19 to 21, according to a report from Bloomberg.

  • Requests for Facebook data up 24 per cent

    Requests for Facebook data up 24 per cent

    Surveillance requests for Facebook user data rose by 24 per cent from the second half of 2013 to the first half of 2014, according to Facebook’s Global Government Requests Report.

  • Google Nexus Player gets FCC OK

    Google Nexus Player gets FCC OK

    The Federal Communications Commission has given the green light to the newest Google player, called the Nexus Player. The new device is meant as a bigger, badder version of the Chromecast dongle and was in pre-order until delays at the FCC had Google putting that on hold. Those pre-orders are open again and, as Endgaget
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