Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Turn your website error pages into bulletins to help find missing children






Charges dropped against fugitive doctor, because evidence is using too much space on federal servers

5 Design Tricks Facebook Uses To Affect Your Privacy Decisions

Internet Habits Then & Now: 2002 vs. 2012

Pirate Bay Founder Arrested in Cambodia

What Happens On The Internet In A Typical Day [Infographic]

Sweden Grants $59 Million in Aid to Cambodia After They Agree to Deport Pirate Bay Founder

“Twitter killed my business.” An inside look at the ecosystem crackdown

Thank God Someone Finally Stepped In and Explained the Internet to Women

Why We All Have 'Internet-Addiction Genes'

An Open Letter to Wikipedia

Why the Social Media Revolution Is About to Get a Little Less Awesome

GoDaddy Outage Takes Down Millions Of Sites, Anonymous Member Claims Responsibility

A common lure used by cyber criminals, Emma Watson named most ‘dangerous’ cyber celebrity

34.5% of US Internet Population not using Facebook/Twitter

An Internet Hall Of Famer And Some Navy Seals Want To Make Your iPhone Safer

The Top 5 Ugliest Billionaire Websites

Guardian's Robin Hood plan: Steal from everyone to give to us

The Hall of Unwanted Dotcoms

Criminal innovation in malware leaves antivirus industry flagging

Kindle Fire HD and Paperwhite sales make Amazon no profit

Permanently Save and Store Your Kindle Books

Resize Multiple Images Without any Software

Anonymous Is Going After Zynga For Mistreating Employees, It Has Leaked Confidential Documents And Games

Twitter Offering $100 To Get Users To Advertise

Ever Wondered What a Live Botnet Looks Like?

Browse like Bond: How to surf the Web like a spy

Great People Relive Unique Memories at Web of Stories

Why the Microsoft store isn't like the Apple store

Acer hopes Microsoft learns that the “hardware meal” is tough to eat

Truth, Lies, and ‘Doxxing’: The Real Moral of the Gawker/Reddit Story

Online viewers start leaving if video doesn’t play in 2 seconds, says study

How much would you pay to never see an online ad again?

I Was Just Friended By Myself On Facebook (And It Only Gets Weirder From There)

Anonymous attacks over 650 Israeli sites, wipes databases, leaks email addresses and passwords

Into the vault: the operation to rescue Manhattan's drowned internet

Reddit -- and 'Random Acts of Pizza'

US Government: You Don't Own Your Cloud Data So We Can Access It At Any Time

Hackers Replace NBC Sites With Smörgåsbord of Hacker Cliches

A Better Alternative to Google Docs Viewer

Apple and Amazon notify customers of $69M State settlement with publishers, how to get credit

When the Most Personal Secrets Get Outed on Facebook

What an Academic Who Wrote Her Dissertation on Trolls Thinks of Violentacrez

How Your Favorite Internet Companies Make Money

The New Cartographers: Why OpenStreetMap Worries Tech Companies

Twitter Gives Saudi Arabia a Revolution of Its Own

4Chan Founder Moot Sends Cease & Desist Letter to Startup Moot.It

You Can’t Say That on the Internet

284 Pakistani domain names reportedly hijacked, affecting Google, Apple, and Microsoft

Snopes: Posting a notice on your Facebook wall will not protect your copyright and privacy rights

Kill the Password: Why a String of Characters Can’t Protect Us Anymore

Savoring time as the Internet’s favorite punching bag(Scumbag Steve)

What Happened When NYU Students Discovered They Could Email 40,000 People At Once

The Internet’s Best Terrible Person Goes to Jail: Can a Reviled Master Troll Become a Geek Hero?

The First Use of OMG Was in a 1917 Letter to Winston Churchill

Federal officials take down 132 websites in 'Cyber Monday' crackdown

Top Wikipedia Editors To Get Free Access to JSTOR. Be Jealous.

‘Dear Friends’: Pope Takes to Twitter, With an Assist

Cops took down a major Bushwick gang using social media

Why One Newspaper Is Backing Away From Facebook

The Rise and Fall of Jeremy Hammond: Enemy of the State

John McAfee Plays Hide-and-Seek in Belize

Twitter Aims to Release Photo Filters in Time for the Holidays

Come February, Some Tweets Will Get A Wee Bit Shorter

The Web We Lost

CAPTCHA May Finally Be Dying. May It Not Rest in Peace.

20 Things That Happened on the Internet in 2012 in One Glorious Image

Kim Dotcom puts up $13,500 bounty for first person to break Mega’s security system

Facebook is turning facial recognition back on - so here's how to check your "photo tagging" settings

Meet the Data Brains Behind the Rise of Facebook

The First 25 People On Facebook

Why Malware Warnings Took Over the Internet Today

Terrifying Android Malware Hacks Your PC and then Eavesdrops On You With Its Microphone

At Facebook, zero-day exploits, backdoor code bring war games drill to life

How Kaspersky Lab tracked down the malware that stymied Iran’s nuclear-fuel enrichment program

This Is How Your Brain Deals With Google And Facebook Ads

Creepy Side of Search Emerges on Facebook

Anti-Piracy Group Rips Off Pirate Bay Website, Faces Lawsuit

Download a Fresh Copy of The Pirate Bay, With Permission

Welcome To The Year Of The Hack

Man Lurks Facebook, Replicates Peoples Profile Pics Then Sends Friend Request

How Facebook indoctrinates every new engineer it hires

Five-year-old runs up £1,700 iPad bill in ten minutes

Get an Email Alert (with Picture) When Someone Tries to Log into your Computer

Your Guide To Every April Fools' Day Prank On The Internet

Website Shows Cyberattacks as They Happen

Fla. House passes bill banning Internet cafes, adult arcades

There's A Big Problem With Knowing Who's Viewed Your Facebook Profile

The Pirate Bay’s Oldest Torrent is “Revolution OS”

My Amazon bestseller made me nothing
You Suck At Twitter If…

Twitter sued £32m for refusing to reveal anti-semites

5 Misunderstood Great Benefits Of Twitter

Luring Young Web Warriors Is a U.S. Priority. It’s Also a Game.

Congress plans to make computer crime law much, much worse

The Pirate Bay Becomes #1 File-Sharing Site as Cyberlockers Collapse

Sophos antimalware software detects itself as malware, deletes critical binaries

Create an eBook from Wikipedia Articles

How to Embed Large Panoramas in your Website

Power, Pollution and the Internet

Five Best Domain Name Registrars

Why journalists love Reddit for its brains, not just its beauty

Europe About to RUN OUT of IP Addresses as Switch to IPv6 Fails to Materialise

A glimpse at piracy in the UK and beyond

The Evolution of the Emoticon

The complete guide to Twitter’s language and acronyms

Won’t you help a poor Nigerian astronaut who just wants to come home from space?

Revamped Myspace To Be Launched Soon

What NOT to Tweet on Twitter

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