We must destroy data to protect it, aka the MI5 way

August 21, 2013
James Bond today: Licensed to kill, pulverize hard drives, shred memory chips, and intimidate partners, all for the war on terror
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Hacker: I pwned Zuckerberg; at least give me a stupid T-shirt

August 19, 2013
When Facebook fails to pay $500 bug bounty, hacker goes public -- by hacking Zuckerberg's Facebook account
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No winners in Google-Microsoft spat, but one clear loser: Users everywhere

August 16, 2013
Not content to fight over, er, everything, tech giants battle over YouTube and HTML -- at the expense of the user experience
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Windows RT? More like Windows WTF

August 14, 2013
How did Microsoft miss so badly with Windows RT? By putting its own needs ahead of its users' requirements
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Hint to HTC: Iron Man alone won't save your company

August 12, 2013
Congrats to Robert Downey Jr. on his new gig hawking HTC. Can he also fix glitches plaguing Cringely and other HTC users?
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Personal email and private clouds fall in war on privacy

August 09, 2013
Not content to track smartphone and Internet use, the industrial surveillance state claims two more casualties
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Watch the throne: The cruelest hack of all

August 07, 2013
Not even smart toilets are safe from hackers, nor are your smart cars, smart homes, smart anything. When will we wise up about security?
Cringely, Hacking
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Meet the new hackers: Johnny Law

August 05, 2013
Who just pwned the Tor anonymity network? All signs point to the hackers at the FBI
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Someone is spying on your Google searches -- but it's not who you think

August 02, 2013
The good news: The FBI and NSA may not be spying on your Internet activities. The bad news: Plenty of others can
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The myth of Do Not Track -- and the tragedy of Internet privacy

July 31, 2013
As yet another Do Not Track deadline slips away, so do our chances of limiting data collection and mining by advertisers
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