Category Archives: online safety

The Heartbleed Hit List

Passwords You Need to Change Right Now—Google and Facebook included. Yes, that’s how powerful Heartbleed is ‘An encryption flaw called the Heartbleed bug is already being called one of the biggest security threats the Internet has ever seen. The bug … Continue reading

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How Smart Really Are You? [Video]

Breaking the language barrier A ten minute demonstration on how smart you really are…When you have a good teacher. A very “hard” subject made very easy. Video When is Unplugging from the Net Rational? The Pointlessness of Unplugging ‘…the Pope … Continue reading

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Want a Faster Internet? Work in Asia

‘Asia is solidifying its place as the world’s epicenter for top-speed Internet access, according to the latest research from Akamai Technologies expected to be published later today. ‘The top four places, ranked by their average peak connection speeds, were in … Continue reading

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Judges approve censorship—Net neutrality is dead

‘Today, 3 judges sided with Verizon and struck down net neutrality. Starting right now, your Internet service provider can censor, throttle, and block content however they want, while corporate websites that can pay more will be blazing fast. The FCC … Continue reading

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Adding Human Relations to the Internet

Tip: If you want major social networks where most users value useful interactions, try TED Conversations and LinkedIn commentaries ‘If the Internet is made up of people, I don’t understand why brands use the Internet to communicate and market their … Continue reading

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