Monday, July 01, 2013

Who really runs Wikipedia?

The Top Android Apps

Ashes to ashes, peer to peer: An oral history of Napster

When Games Pretend to Be Games They Aren’t

A Map of Who's Got the Best (and Worst) Internet Connections in America

The anti-password backlash

No password is safe from new breed of cracking software

How To Erase Yourself From The Internet

FBI Admits It Controlled Tor Servers Behind Mass Malware Attack

Netflix Uses Pirate Sites to Determine What Shows to Buy

Lavabit's Ladar Levison: 'If You Knew What I Know About Email, You Might Not Use It'

Cracking The Code: Just How Does Encrypted Email Work?

Meet 4chan's /x/philes, investigators of the Internet's strangest mysteries

Japan Wants to Treat Internet-Addicted Kids With Offline ‘Fasting Camps’

My gruelling day as an Amazon Mechanical Turk

The Decline of Wikipedia

File-Sharing Site Was A Year-Long Pirate Honeypot

DARPA Will Give You $2 Million to Build Hacker-Proof Defense Software

Soon You'll Be Able to Hold GIFs in Your Own Two Hands

Repeat a horrible lie on Twitter, pay $25,000: is that fair?

The War On Hackers

British Man Arrested For Allegedly Hacking U.S. Government Systems

The Rise and Fall of the World’s Largest Bitcoin Exchange

What is Tor? A beginner's guide to the privacy tool

'Silk Road 2.0' Launches, Promising A Resurrected Black Market For The Dark Web

Facebook Hasn't Even Begun To Exploit Everything It Knows About You

Comment Twitter’s Founder Feuds, Explained

The complete history of Twitter as told through tortured descriptions of it in the New York Times

BitTorrent teases secure chat program

nternet freedom on decline worldwide as governments tighten grip - report

11 Ways I'm Trying to Achieve a Sane Relationship With the Internet

Who owns this website? That information may soon be “need to know” only

Facebook Pushes Passwords One Step Closer to Death

'I'm having a cup of tea': Boring Facebook statuses named as number one annoying internet habit - but selfies aren't far behind

Now ANYONE can find you on Facebook: Outrage as site removes privacy option for users to hide their profile in search results

Is Wikipedia for Sale?

Facebook Reveals Government Spying Numbers [UPDATE: Microsoft, Too]

Download Files from the Web Directly to your Online Drives

14 Infamous Computer Virus Snippets That Trace a History of Havoc

This is the future of web browsing

How a total n00b mined $700 in bitcoins

It’s Super Easy To Try Facebook Home on Your Unsupported Android Phone

Want to Block Common Passwords? Sorry, That is Patented

Facebook’s Latest Home Commercial Is Just The Right Amount Of Weird

13 Types Of Facebook Couples You Should Never Become

The “Nuclear” Option for Total Facebook App Privacy

North Korea Pirates Spy Tools and Pr0n on BitTorrent

A beginner’s guide to building botnets—with little assembly required

Map of the internet could make it stronger

How to Hide and Remove Tagged Instagram Photos From Your Profile

MyGirlFund: A Virtual Girlfriend—For The Right Price

Mark Zuckerberg Joins The $1 Salary Club

10 Annoying Apps We're All Stuck Using (and How to Make Them Better)

EFF's Who Has Your Back? for 2013

5 Places to Look for Your Digital Footprint

The strange, conspiracy-filled case of ‘Russia’s Mark Zuckerberg’

Government Lab Reveals It Has Operated Quantum Internet For Over Two Years

'Iron Man,' 'Star Trek' Movies Used as Scam Bait

Busting World’s Biggest Movie Pirates Made Piracy Worse

YouTube reportedly near launch of paid channel subscriptions

Four years and $100 million later, Bitcoin’s mysterious creator remains anonymous

Internet Explorer 0-day attacks on US nuke workers hit 9 other sites

Who really runs Wikipedia?

The Delete Squad - Google, Twitter, Facebook and the new global battle over the future of free speech

An Early Online Privacy Expert Revisits His 1985 Predictions Today

The geography of Tweets

How Facebook Turns Your Innocent Posts Into Annoying Ads

A Big List of Browser-Based Emulators and Ports of Classic Games

Anatomy of a hack: How crackers ransack passwords like “qeadzcwrsfxv1331”

How to Use Flickr as a Photo Backup Service

Is small print in online contracts enforceable?

How Bitcoin Lets You Spy on Careless Companies

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