Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Where Online Services Go When They Die

The Slow Death of ‘Do Not Track’

Facebook is the new AOL

Adviser Guides Obama Into the Google Age

This Website Could Be The Ultimate All-In-One Torrent Machine

The Death Of The Password Starts Today (Maybe)

The Sony Hacks Are Goddamn Terrifying

Nearly 25% of Video Ad Views Are Fraudulent, and 6 Other Alarming Stats

Swedish Police Raid The Pirate Bay, Site Offline

Non-Profit Wants To Make Encrypting Web Traffic Easy And Free

Regin, new computer spying bug, discovered by Symantec

Kim Dotcom Says He Is Officially Broke

Supreme Court wrestles over online threats prosecution

IBM's Watson Analytics enters public beta

The Town Without Wi-Fi

Why Amazon Has No Profits (And Why It Works)

Reddit is a failed state

Someone’s Threatening to Expose Bitcoin Founder Satoshi Nakamoto

The PayPal Mafia: Who are they and where are Silicon Valley's richest group of men now?

The population of the internet, in one map

Twitter sues U.S. government over limits on ability to disclose surveillance orders

Not on a Social Network? You’ve Still Got a Privacy Problem

Why is my WiFi slow? Why does my WiFi keep dropping out?

Inside a Russian malware scheme that hijacked 500,000 computers

Parents May Be Liable for What Their Kids Post on Facebook, Court Rules

How to Easily Recognize Web Colors from RGB Codes

Don’t Listen to Snapchat’s Excuses. Security Is Its Job

You Can Now Pick Up Same Day Amazon Deliveries at Local Newsagents and Corner Shops

Let These Amusing Japanese Internet Photos Brighten Your Day

The UK will quadruple prison sentences for online abuse, trolls can get up to 2 years in jail

You Can Look It Up: The Wikipedia Story

The legacy of Rotten.com

Twitter to Acquire Twitpic

How the meme went mainstream

Famous Internet Firsts And Where We Are Now

The Bill Cosby #CosbyMeme Hashtag Backfired Immediately

This Website Streams Camera Footage from Users Who Didn't Change Their Password

Wifi in the Woods

Hackers Unveil Their Plan To Change Email Forever

Why it’s time to say goodbye to the free internet

Russian Gang Amasses Over a Billion Internet Passwords

Visit the Wrong Website, and the FBI Could End Up in Your Computer

Follow These 4 Easy Steps to Toughen Up Your Passwords

How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor’s Wi-Fi

A Fascinating Look Inside Those 1.1 Million Open-Internet Comments

8 Top Torrent Clients for Sharing Your Files on Windows

Kim Dotcom: from playboy entrepreneur to political firebrand

I Visited Pirate Bay’s Peter Sunde in Prison, Here’s What he Had to Say

How to Stream Your Media Anywhere with Dropbox and Google Drive

Convert YouTube Video for Free: 5 Top Tools

The Police Tool That Pervs Use to Steal Nude Pics From Apple’s iCloud

Twitter opened its analytics platform to every user on August 27, allowing all of us — not just verified users and those with advertising accounts — to track how many people viewed and acted upon our tweets.

Facebook tinkered with users’ feeds for a massive psychology experiment

Serious Android crypto key theft vulnerability affects 86% of devices

Facebook opens up Snapchat rival Slingshot to international users

Massachusetts high court orders suspect to decrypt his computers

Law & Disorder / Civilization & Discontents Facebook threatened with contempt for fighting NY over user privacy

How Facebook Moved 20 Billion Instagram Photos Without You Noticing

A Visual Tour of the New Android Watches

The Troubling Truth of Why It’s Still So Hard to Share Files Directly

5 Things You Learn When You Take a Yearlong Break From Facebook, Twitter, and Work

Three Essential Steps to Make Yourself More Hack-Proof

How can I protect my Windows PC against malware?

Internet Trolls Really Are Horrible People

Ars tests Internet surveillance—by spying on an NPR reporter

The TSA Has an Instagram, And It's All Weird Weapons and Dogs

Email overload? 19 tips for taking control of your inbox

Is it right to jail someone for being offensive on Facebook or Twitter?

App that lets you anonymously shame Instagram users gets the axe—after one day

Twitter clues spark hunt for US millionaire's @HiddenCash in London

Rainbow-Cake Recipe Inspires Comment Apocalypse

THE INSIDE STORY OF YO: How A 'Stupid' App Attracted Millions Of Dollars And Rocketed To The Top Of The App Store

It's your face. It's your photos. Meet the creepiest kind of Instagram spambot

Alienware’s New Area-51 Gaming Desktop Is An Oddly-Shaped Computer

Hackers promise to break Tor on a $3,000 budget

I Left Facebook, And You Can Too

YouTube, following Netflix, is now publicly shaming internet providers for slow video

How Fan Loyalty Changed During the World Cup

Chinese couple sells their children to traffickers, uses the money to buy in-game items

Where Online Services Go When They Die

The Case for Using Shitty Passwords

Amazon Quietly Launches Its Consumer-Facing Mobile Wallet App, Amazon Wallet

The New Nigerian Email Swindle

The Hidden Keyboard Shortcut for Images in Your Browser: Right-Click+S

“Scared” Pirates Delayed Release of Expendables 3

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