Archives: March 2013

More lives than Lazarus: Internet bounces back against spammers

March 29, 2013
From DDoSing spammers to Egyptian cable hackers, the Net has been under steady attack -- yet it's still standing
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Come back, civility -- the Internet misses you

March 27, 2013
Hysteria on the Internet? You don't say! But recent NSF and PyCon outbursts exposes need for cooler heads, saner days
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CISPA's second serving is even worse than the first

March 25, 2013
Congress is again considering the controversial cyber security bill, which remains just as hungry for your private information
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Google, Amazon, and Apple: Tech behemoths behaving badly

March 22, 2013
Wi-Fi spies, rogue hackers, ICANN buffoons, unethical journalists, and Apple prudes -- it's been a busy few weeks
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Here lies Web journalism, dead at the hand of the almighty advertiser

March 20, 2013
The fine line between shills and scribes is disappearing fast as cleverly disguised 'sponsored content' displaces real news
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Internet privacy is dead -- film at 11

March 18, 2013
Noted security expert Bruce Schneier paints a hopeless picture of Internet privacy. Have we passed the point of no return?
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Feds snag another 'hacker' while ignoring actual criminals

March 15, 2013
DOJ indicts Matthew Keys for aiding Anonymous, yet real cyber criminals roam free. What's wrong with this picture?
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If Google were a hacker, it'd be going to prison

March 13, 2013
Instead, the megarich megacorp pays piddling price for Wi-Fi cyber spying, and corporate accountability remains MIA
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Amazon books an epic Web battle

March 11, 2013
Amazon wants the .book domain all for itself -- and it may succeed if ICANN's latest Internet address insanity goes through
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Paging Sheldon Cooper! iCloud censorship hits 'Big Bang Theory'

March 08, 2013
In the meantime, Cringely suggests a work-around for Apple's skittish filters, gives ISP cops and Chromebooks another look
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