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The House votes today on stripping away your internet privacy

The House votes today on stripping away your internet privacy If you care at all about the concept of user privacy, you should call your Congressional representative.In October, 2016 the FCC enacted privacy rules that would require ISPs to use an opt-in process in some cases before it sold consumer data to third parties.

Americans now trust ads more than news and who can blame them?

Americans now trust ads more than news and who can blame them? Are you tired of doubting information from the news media?Well, you're in luck, because a new survey has revealed one surprising source that Americans trust in increasing numbers: advertising.

Why Is Everyone Talking About VPNs?

Why Is Everyone Talking About VPNs? Now, everyone’s trying to find a way around this, and virtual private networks (VPNs) are the most popular means of doing so.quickly came back with a solution to get around your ISP tracking you: VPNs.

Twitter to U.S. government: No, you can't see who's behind that anti-Trump account

Twitter to U.S. government: No, you can't see who's behind that anti-Trump account Well, Twitter is suing the U.You may remember that per the NSA leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden, Twitter was not one of the companies that graciously handed data over to the government.

Twitter sues U.S. government to block unmasking of anonymous account

Twitter sues U.S. government to block unmasking of anonymous account According to Twitter, it received a notice from the government requiring it to reveal the identity of a Twitter user going under the handle @ALT_uscis.More: Twitter launches a lightweight version of itself with Twitter Lite So why the lawsuit?

People in this country might have to follow state orders while dining out

People in this country might have to follow state orders while dining out In its effort to curb food waste, the Indian government wants to fix serving sizes across hotels and restaurants.It’s wastage of food and also money people pay for something that they don’t eat,” a government official said in a report in the Hindustan Times.

The Dallas siren hack was carried out with radio signals

The Dallas siren hack was carried out with radio signals That conjures up a certain image of someone hunched over a computer gaining access to critical government networks.The city first believed the incident to be a malfunction before later admitting that someone had accessed its control systems.

Daily News: Apr-14-2017

Daily  News: Apr-14-2017 A prototype of the new Dodge Demon had set an all-time dragstrip record, hitting 140 at the end of the quarter mile in just 9.The NHRA added, it was banning the new muscle car from production before the first model officially rolled off the production line.

Apple’s App Store has reportedly come under fire from Chinese regulators

Apple’s App Store has reportedly come under fire from Chinese regulators Now, it is turning a skeptical eye on the Cupertino, California-based company’s App Store.On Wednesday, China’s official Xinhua News Agency reported that authorities will “tighten up checks on software applications available in the Apple Store.