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| |US Visa Applicants Required To Hand Over Social Media Info As of Friday, its no longer optional - the US is been asking for five years of social media information.
| |Apple Sunsets ITunes RIP iTunes, hello to the standalone Music, Podcasts and TV apps that are taking its place.
| |Your Phone’s Sensors Could Be Used As A Cookie You Can’t Delete Researchers have found that a phones gyroscope, accelerometer and other sensors create a unique fingerprint.
| |New Controversy Erupts Over Chrome Ad Blocking Plans Changes to extensions will limit the way that Chrome lets browsers block content - unless youre an enterprise user.
| |Going To Infosec Europe This Week? Want A Free T-shirt? Are you making your way to Olympia, London for Infosec Europe this week? Stop by the stand, say the Phrase That Pays and well give you a free T-shirt.
| |Fake News Writer: If People Are Stupid Enough To Believe This Stuff… ...then maybe they deserve this drivel, says a Macedonian copy-paste/turn-it-into-clickbait-bile writer who says its all about the money.
| |G Suite Users Will Have ‘confidential’ Gmail Mode Set To ON By Default Google announced that on 25 June 2019, Gmails confidential mode will be switched on by default as the feature becomes generally available.
| |Unpatched Docker Bug Allows Read-write Access To Host OS Suse developer Aleksa Sarai has uncovered a bug in the way that the container framework handles path names.
| |Flipboard Data Breach – What Users Should Do Now Hugely popular news aggregation site Flipboard - one billion app downloads from Google Play and counting - has become the latest internet company to admit it has suffered a breach.
| |Foreign Spies May Be Hiding In Your VPN, Warns DHS "...nation-state actors have demonstrated intent and capability to leverage VPN services and vulnerable users for malicious purposes."
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