How to block and report users using your PS4 or PlayStation app

Is another PSN user causing you grief? Luckily, you can block these people through your PS4 and PS app. Let’s dive into it. Multiplayer games can be a great way for you to make new friends with common interests, but it can also be a way to receive abuse or …

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Metaverse Phishing: The New Reality of Brand Protection

The metaverse promises a new level of immersion and connection for users. Apps and platforms that use virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality technologies provide new ways for users to explore and interact with the world around them. However, with this new level of engagement comes a new set …

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ACMA Bans Illegal Casino-Style Websites

The communications watchdog will pursue a ban on an illegal gambling site visited by more than 30,000 Australians each month. An illegal gambling website that took tens of millions of Australian dollars will be blocked after the communications watchdog intervened. The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has called for …

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surfinlock provides protection against surfboard theft

Surfers may seem pretty laid back, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t surfboard thieves in their ranks. The surfinlock was designed with this in mind, as it allows surfers to lock their boards like bikes. Invented by German surfer/engineer Florian Lohmann, the surfinlock is currently the subject of a Kickstarter …

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FEMA Mobile App and SMS

FEMA Mobile App Text messages disaster survivors Sign up for safety tips Download the FEMA app Get it on Google Play. You can also download the app via text messaging on an Android device: SMS ANDROID at 43362 (4FEMA) If using text messaging, standard messaging and data rates apply. Learn …

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Infection Prevention and Control (including PPE)

This page provides information on infection prevention and control (IPC), including the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Page last updated: June 6, 2022 The UK Health Safety Agency (UKHSA) has updated its UK IPC guidelines with new Guidance specific to COVID-19 pathogens …

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Firefox rolls out full cookie protection by default for all users

Take back your privacy Starting today, Firefox is rolling out Total Cookie Protection by default to all Firefox users worldwide, making Firefox the most private and secure major browser available on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Total Cookie Protection is Firefox’s strongest privacy protection yet, confining cookies to the site where …

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Class-action lawsuit alleges website shares personal information with Facebook and others

(Photo credit: dennizn/Shutterstock) Facebook data privacy class action lawsuit overview: Who: A People.com consumer has filed a class action lawsuit against Dotdash Meredith Why: Plaintiff claims that Dotdash Meredith is unlawfully disclosing its users’ viewing history data to third parties, including Meta Platforms. Where: The class action lawsuit was filed …

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Mozilla rolls out Total Cookie Protection to everyone on Firefox

The open-source browser will make it much harder for cookies to track every move you make Mozilla is increasingly positioning Firefox as the privacy champion among all the top browsers. The company recently introduced different levels of tracking protection and no longer allows HTTP connections by default. Another thing its …

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Evolution of hybrid search and how it can help your website

Hybrid search refers to the merging of search technologies, but the technology used to create hybrid search engines is evolving. Here is where it is today. Traditionally, hybrid search referred to a mix of directory-based and crawler-based search engines. Today, the meaning changes to mean a combination of keyword-based research …

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Mozilla enables full cookie protection for all Firefox users

Mozilla enables Total Cooke Protection (TCP) by default for all Firefox users worldwide. Companies like to track us around the web, whether we like it or not, using cookies. TCP was introduced last year and prevents this by creating a separate “cookie box” for each website you visit. Cookies set …

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Houston Student Wins Global Apple App Building Contest | SUNNY 99.1

He said he was the winner of the company’s Swift Student Challenge, a competition in which young people around the world use Apple’s Swift Playgrounds software to show off their coding skills. It turned out to be the real deal. Applicants had to create apps that would help solve problems …

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Click Fraud Software Market to Witness Breakthrough Growth by 2027 | Campaign Protection, PerimeterX, ScroogeFrog

Advance Market Analytics has published a new research publication on “Global Click Fraud Software Market Insights, to 2027” with 232 pages and enriched with self-explained tables and graphs in a presentable format. In the study, you will find new evolving trends, drivers, restraints, and opportunities generated by targeting stakeholders associated …

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Apple threw $52 million at Dutch App Store rules, but no more fines will come

What do you want to know Apple will not face further fines due to the requirement for Dutch dating apps to be allowed to use third-party payment systems. Apple has already paid $52 million in fines since January 2022. Dutch dating apps can now use other payment systems, not just …

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Spammers Attack South Dakota Republican Party Convention Website

The South Dakota Republican Party had to remove hundreds of fake names from party convention registrants following a spam attack. The attack happened on the party’s online registration page, where hundreds of fake names were filled in as delegates to the convention, which runs from June 23-25. The spammers also …

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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reviews employer debt

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is looking at consumer debt incurred at work to pay for needed equipment and training – a trend known as “employer debt.” In some cases, employees must subscribe to “debt products” which they must repay if they leave “before a certain date”, specifies the CFPB …

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Ransomware Gang integrates website defacement and posts ransom notes on publicly accessible websites

Ransomware attacks tend to have some unofficial protocol; the attacker gives the victim a window where the attack is hidden from the public, allowing them to discreetly make a payment to fix the problem as quickly (and with as little hassle) as possible. A new ransomware gang on the scene …

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FTC Hires Litigation Support Specialists for Consumer Protection Bureau / Litigation Technology and Analytics Division – TCPAWorld

We have therefore warned you that the new The FTC is now back in full force and should get very active–particularly in terms of digital marketing and telemarketing. The FTC recently released its NPRM seeks to force telemarketers to hold five years– 5 years ! – data concerning their calling …

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Gmail and Hotmail spam that could break your PC or laptop just by opening it

Email users have been warned to be careful of spam emails which may contain dangerous malware. Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook and other users might be exposed to spam emails that might break their Windows, PC with just one click. Dangerous malware on spam emails could steal sensitive personal and financial data …

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TikTok will start telling you to log out of the app because people say they’re “so addicted”

TikTok will start offering users reminders to log out of the app, in a bid to reduce smartphone dependency. The popular social media app has announced that it is introducing a tool to give people more control over their time on TikTok by sending them Screen Time notifications after a …

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Why advanced email protection is more important than ever

The transition to hybrid working has been a complex journey that many organizations across the UAE are still navigating. Employees and teams across industries continue to show higher levels of productivity and collaboration than before the pandemic, with the new flexibility to work from anywhere on any device showing a …

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US police chief suspended; University disavows “spam” email claims

The University of Southern Alabama has placed its police chief on administrative leave, but an alleged press release containing details of the situation appears to come from a fake university news source and is not an official statement the United States. Lance Crawford, director of media relations for the United …

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We are working to resolve a security issue with our website

Earlier this week, Google started flagging bangordailynews.com as a risky website in search results. This issue makes it more difficult to find BDN articles on the Internet and may also block emails that you usually receive from BDN employees. Some eagle-eyed readers noticed the problem and told us about it. …

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How to See Your Spotify Pie Chart, Latest Viral Website That Analyzes Your Spotify Data

If there’s one thing we know about social media users, it’s that they’re always ready to share the music they’ve been listening to. But with the most viral music-sharing event, Spotify Wrapped, still six months away, they turned to a new website, “Spotify Pie.” What is Spotify Pie Chart? Spotify …

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The new iOS 16 Developer Mode may be a preview of a third-party app store’s toggle

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and is eligible to earn an Amazon Associate and Affiliate Partner commission on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. A new Developer Mode in iOS 16 and watchOS 9 that allows users to install apps through Configurator …

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Russian ministry website hacked to show ‘Glory to Ukraine’ message

The targeted website, which is owned by Russia’s Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utilities, was also asked to pay a ransom of 0.5 BTC to prevent stolen user data from being leaked. The website of the Russian Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utilities (minstroyrf.gov.ru) was hacked over the weekend. When …

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Apple Allows Users to Edit and Unsend Texts in iOS 16

As I got older, I found myself spending a lot more time in one-on-one communication apps, as opposed to social media apps. This primarily means using Apple’s Messages app (which we learned at WWDC 2022 today is getting a huge update) as well as Facebook Messenger, plus a handful of …

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US Privacy and Data Protection Law Explained

Hello and welcome to Protocol Policy! Today, we’re breaking down the federal privacy bill: what’s in it? What are people crazy about? And what stands in its way? Plus, New York State is taking aim at Amazon and the story behind the whole school Taser drone debacle. Is… is this …

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Apple protected App Store users from $1.5 billion fraud last year

Apple says it protected millions of users from nearly $1.5 billion in fraud last year by monitoring its official App Store. According to a report recently released by Apple, more than 1.6 million risky and untrustworthy apps and app updates have been stopped in their tracks due to the company’s …

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A brand new networking app to change the way to find collaborations with like-minded people

ATLANTE, June 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to research conducted by Devopal, collaboration is considered one of the most powerful marketing tools. It saves you time and money, gives you the opportunity to learn from others, and allows you to reach those who may not yet be part of your …

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Apple: These are the types of apps we blocked on our App Store last year

Source: Apple Apple says it blocked more than 1.6 million risky and untrusted apps and app updates from reaching the App Store and stopped more than $1.5 billion in fraudulent transactions in 2021. Apple produced its first fraud prevention analysis last year, detailing that it had blocked one million potentially …

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Unified API Protection: Securing Today’s API Landscape

Today, a massive segment of organizations digital footprint is built around APIs, internal and external. As more and more IT managers realize and recognize the magnitude of the influence of APIs, it has become clear that new methods are needed to secure these APIs. While many companies today use the …

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Etsy Purchase Protection for Buyers, Sellers: How It Works

In April, Etsy sellers went on a week-long strike because the company had increased the percentage it was charging them without taking steps to improve their experience on the site. One of the points they made was to urge the platform to revamp its customer service system and, in turn, …

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Quanex Explains the Value of Sealants in Solar Module Moisture Protection

As solar module technology continues to evolve, manufacturers are constantly striving to achieve higher levels of module performance and longevity. A long-term PV module performance issue/point of failure can be moisture ingress.Many believe that crystalline silicon (c-Si) panels are not so susceptible to long-term moisture ingress, but recent testing by …

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Stop Smartphone Spam With 49% Off This Call Blocker App

If you own a phone in 2022, you’re probably familiar with the nuisance of unwanted calls. At best, they ring your phone several times a day; worst case scenario, they cost you thousands. Luckily, the RoboKiller Spam Call & Text Blocker can help avoid them altogether – and it’s on …

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Truecaller introduces 5 new features to improve the application

Truecaller, for many phone users, is an application that helps identify unknown callers. This was of course the original purpose of the application. But today, it’s used for real-time spam reporting, enabling accurate and fast protection against scams, telemarketers, fraud, and more. The Truecaller communications platform is moving forward with …

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The next big travel app is… Instagram?

Instagram has long reigned supreme as the go-to source of travel inspiration, thanks to the slew of travel influencers, writers, and photographers pedaling their best (albeit filtered) shots to the masses. A search for #travel on the platform today yields 629 million results. It has even been criticized for creating …

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Galaxy Z Fold 3, Flip 3 update adds smart widgets and protection against malicious apps

Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 foldables are getting a new software update. The latest version adds several new features, including smart widgets and malicious app protection, which rolled out to the Galaxy Note 20 series last week. Currently available to users in South Korea, the …

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Perception Point Announces Advanced Threat Protection for CRM Platforms on Salesforce AppExchange, the World’s Leading Enterprise Cloud Marketplace

Perception Point customers can now benefit from an advanced Salesforce security layer that prevent content attacks from infiltrating organizations through Salesforce TEL AVIV, Israel, June 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Point of view, a leading provider of advanced digital channel threat prevention solutions, today announced the launch of its Advanced Threat …

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Apple’s App Store avoided $1.5 billion in fraudulent transactions in 2021

Apple’s App Store started with a measly 500 apps in 2008 and now has grown into a massive online marketplace that generates billions of dollars in transactions every year. Apple App Store is the most lucrative platform for developers to make a good profit from their efforts and for consumers …

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Google Disables RCS Feature on Messages App on Android Phones in India

Due to the nonchalant attitude of cellular service providers and phone manufacturers, Google had to wait longer to introduce RCS (Rich Communication Services) for Android phones to enrich traditional text SMS in 2019. This has led them to support the exchange of multimedia content. on par with rival Apple Messages …

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Square’s payment app will support Tap to Pay on iPhone later in 2022

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and is eligible to earn an Amazon Associate and Affiliate Partner commission on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. Square has announced that it will bring Tap to Pay support on iPhone to its existing point-of-sale app, …

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Best iPhone Cases for Rugged and Durable Protection

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and is eligible to earn an Amazon Associate and Affiliate Partner commission on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. The iPhone wasn’t designed to survive harsh environments like machine shops or wilderness trails, so you’ll need a …

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California Privacy Agency Releases Draft CPRA Rules

The California Privacy Protection Agency (the “Agency”) released on May 31, 2022 proposed regulations to the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”) (the “Proposed Regulations”). The proposed regulations are written as comments to the California Attorney General’s Regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act, California’s landmark privacy law, which was …

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Scammers impersonate United States Customs and Border Protection

Did the US Border Patrol call you? No, they didn’t. But a crook could have. In fact, scammers often pretend to belong to government agencies to trick you into sending them money or sharing personal information. The latest twist involves imposters posing as US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers …

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Free tests to increase traffic to your website

Back in the day, building a website meant getting your hands dirty in code, figuring out hosting, and maybe even hiring a webmaster. You can now create a site in minutes; no HTML or CSS experience is necessary. Maybe this site is only for certain eyes. Follow these steps to …

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The App Store stopped nearly $1.5 billion in fraudulent transactions in 2021

June 1, 2022 UPDATE The App Store stopped nearly $1.5 billion in fraudulent transactions in 2021 Stops over 1.6 million risky and untrusted apps and app updates from scamming users throughout the year Apple is committed to making the App Store a safe and trusted place for users to discover …

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The premier pop culture website Daily Research Plot has been revamped, with the launch of the new Bollywood news portal

Daily Research Plot – one of the fastest growing entertainment news portals, founded in 2019 by Balram Jee Jha, revamped and launched Bollywood and Tollywood news website TheTollywoodLife.Com (The Magazine Plus Editorial): – New Delhi, Delhi May 2, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – After being one of the best and fastest growing …

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Prime pop culture website Daily Research Plot has been revamped, with the launch of the new Bollywood news portal

Daily Research Plot – one of the fastest growing entertainment news portals, founded in 2019 by Balram Jee Jha, revamped and launched Bollywood and Tollywood news website TheTollywoodLife.Com (The Magazine Plus Editorial): – New Delhi, Delhi May 2, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – After being one of the best and fastest growing …

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What is Imunify360? How does it improve site security?

For a server manager (or website administrator), securing the server is vital to ensure the proper functioning of the website and any associated activity. While one can hire a security team for the job, it makes more sense to automate at least the essentials. Thus, most administrators turn to security …

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12% of all website traffic from Twitter is made up of bots, Report

A report released by Israeli cybersecurity firm CHEQ on Monday, May 30, states that 12% of all traffic from Twitter is made up of bots. The cybersecurity firm said it analyzed 5.21 million website visits from Twitter using more than 2,000 cybersecurity parameters to determine each user’s authenticity. The study …

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Google is finally looking to fix the problem with ads on the Messages app in India

Google has reportedly acknowledged ad issues affecting its Messages app in India, and the company is now completely disabling the feature in the country. Google was quoted as saying this in a report by Android Authority this week and promised to work with the industry to ensure such issues never …

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Gauteng has a new pothole app – how it works

The Gauteng Provincial Government has launched its new PotholeFixGP app which allows road users to report poor road conditions and other road maintenance issues that require attention. The app, which is currently only available on the Google Play Store, is expected to roll out to Huawei and Apple app stores …

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Warning: Windows 11 Update KB5014019 Breaks Trend Micro Ransomware Protection

A few days ago, Microsoft released its optional Windows 11 update (KB5014019) which added several new features. However, the update seems to negatively affect Trend Micro products. The anti-malware company has released a notice regarding the issue. According to Trend Micro, the said Windows update affects the User Mode Hooking …

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iOS 15.5 brings ‘Apple Account Card’ to Wallet app – what is it?

Another feature of the recent iOS 15.5 is now available that makes it easier to pay for apps, music, and other downloads with your Apple account. Rolling out to iOS 15.5 users in the Wallet app, the new Apple Account Card shows any credit balance tied to your Apple ID. …

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Protect your website against cyberattacks

Cyberattacks on websites are ongoing threats that any organization with an online presence must guard against. Threat actors can target a website with the possible intent of gaining access to sensitive data or using the application as a middleman to launch new attacks against website users. Common vectors for these …

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P Chidambaram’s son gets temporary protection until May 30 in Chinese visa scam

Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court on Thursday granted Congress MP Karti Chidambaram interim protection from arrest until May 30 in an alleged money laundering case filed by ED in connection with an alleged scam to Chinese visas, the ANI news agency said. Earlier this week, the Law Enforcement (ED) Directorate filed …

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Scalapay CEO Rejects BNPL’s Super App Strategy

Competition in the buy now, pay later (BNPL) space has intensified in recent years as established players compete with new entrants vying for a slice of the growing pie. And in Europe, where customers are quite conservative when it comes to credit, focusing on smaller baskets can be the differentiator …

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10 reasons why email protection is essential in 2022

We all use email all day. Regardless of your industry or where you work in the world, you most likely use email to communicate, work, and socialize. Most of us check our emails several times a day – the average is eleven times an hour! If you’re like me, which …

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Cybersecurity requires complex protection – GameSpace.com

When playing at an online casino, should you feel insecure? Cybersecurity is more complex to manage than ever. A data breach is so prevalent these days. Hackers find a way around every new cybersecurity technology. Hackers have been a constant threat for many years. It is natural for cybersecurity professionals …

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Twitter’s multimedia website is getting rebranded as “Twitter Create” to help give creators better access to resources / World of digital information

Twitter is on the move to help its creators and that’s why the company announcement today its decision to rebrand the platform’s media website to “TwitterCreate‘. The company’s main goal behind the rebranding was to provide a new hub that different creators could now use to access the platform’s expert …

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Exclusive: Russian hackers linked to new Brexit leaks website, Google says

WASHINGTON/LONDON, May 25 (Reuters) – A new website that has published leaked emails from several supporters of Britain’s exit from the European Union is linked to Russian hackers, according to a Google cybersecurity chief and former head of UK foreign intelligence. The website – titled ‘Very English State Coop’ – …

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Zuckerberg hit with consumer protection lawsuit

(Photo credit: Frédéric Legrand – COMEO/Shutterstock) Overview of Mark Zuckerberg’s lawsuit against Cambridge Analytica Who: District of Columbia Attorney General Karl A. Racine has filed a lawsuit against Mark Zuckerberg. Why: Racine claims that Zuckerberg, as CEO of Meta, authorized Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica data breach in 2016 with lax data …

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Pro-Iranian group ALtahrea hits Port of London website with DDoS attack

A seemingly “politically motivated” DDoS attack has taken down the Port of London Authority’s website. The Port of London Authority/PLA has become the latest victim of a cyberattack which forced the closure of its website, the company confirmed Tuesday, May 24. Check Point Research also confirmed the DDoS attack, citing …

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Apple begins removing iPod touch from its website

The iPod touch takes another step in the history books. Spotted by MacRumors, Apple began removing the iPod touch product page from its website. According to the report, the page is no longer available in Canada, France, Germany, Italy and a number of other countries. The URL will now redirect …

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Embry-Riddle students create app for pilots

Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. Starting in May, Arizona pilots can use an app newly developed by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University students for the Arizona Pilots Association to track pilot visits to airports and state aviation sites. The app is part of a program to introduce …

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Pacific Software Publishing Inc. launches mobile app for DENREI, a new social media platform

BELLEVUE, Wash., May 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Pacific Software Publishing Inc. (PSPINC) is launching DENREI, a new social platform for iOS. With DENREI, users can connect with like-minded users and create unique and exclusive online communities. Members can expand their personal and professional online networks by broadcasting exclusively to their …

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Elon Musk has big plans to make Twitter a ‘super app’ with the addition of payments/digital news world

Elon Musk doesn’t seem to be in the mood to fix the first social network Twitter. Instead, the richest person in the world is fixing social media as a whole and he plans to do it through payments. The Tesla CEO specifically spoke recently about how he was more than …

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Do you have the Truecaller app? Your spam call experience will change forever

TRAI is preparing to bring a new mechanism to reveal caller ID which is different from Truecaller. Unwanted callers need to worry! The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) will soon adopt a mechanism that will flash the caller’s KYC-based name on the recipient’s smartphone screens whenever they receive a …

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Marble Launches First Rewards-Based Mobile App for Insurance

NEW YORK, May 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Marble, the all-in-one insurance premium platform where households can organize, optimize and save with confidence on all their insurance, regardless of provider, today announced the launch of its highly anticipated mobile app. The Marble app is now available for free download via …

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Site Status Update – New Gigabit Broadband Comparisons

Saturday, May 21, 2022 (12:01 a.m.) – Score 432 We have just completed an update to our Broadband ISP Comparison (listings), which makes some key changes intended to simplify the system and reduce the workload needed to keep it up to date – something that has become increasingly difficult with …

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Marble Launches First Rewards-Based Mobile App for Insurance | Your money

NEW YORK, May 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Marble, the all-in-one insurance rewards platform where households can organize, optimize and confidently save on all their insurance, regardless of provider, has announced the launch of their highly anticipated mobile app today. Marble’s app is now available for free download through the …

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Your phone has just been better protected against unwanted calls. But it’s not sure yet

If you haven’t been notified recently that your car warranty has expired, something has gone wrong with your Social Security account, or you’re in big trouble with the Internal Revenue Service, you shouldn’t have a phone. These are just some of the most popular messages delivered by call bots, which …

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The importance of building relevant backlinks for your website

There are tons of spammy websites on the internet that users can accidentally stumble upon. Backlinks are one of the tools created to direct readers to quality websites with relevant information. In order to keep readers happy, backlinks should function as a buffer between high-quality content and spam. your brand …

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Google Chat receives another protection against phishing attacks

Phishing scams are common and if you’re not careful enough, you can fall victim to them. Therefore, Google has integrated warning messages into its Gmail and Google Drive services, alerting users when apps discover suspicious links or malware. And this security feature is finally rolling out to Google Chat as …

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Your phone has just been better protected against unwanted calls. But it’s not sure yet | Nation

If you haven’t been notified recently that your car warranty has expired, something has gone wrong with your Social Security account, or you’re in big trouble with the Internal Revenue Service, you shouldn’t have a telephone. These are just some of the most popular messages delivered by call bots, which …

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