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Popular Video Blogger Hit by Lush Cosmetics on YouTube Address

Mr. Matthew Lush, who had been running his YouTube channel with ULR www.YouTube.com/Lush since 2005 and had made 10 times as many YouTube subscribers as the soap brand ‘Lush cosmetics’ says he is feeling "betrayed" after he had lost his YouTube address.

Stealing Keys from PCs using a Radio with Device Concealed in Pita Bread is Possible

A research, made by four-strong team namely Daniel Genkin, Lev Pachmanov, Itamar Pipman, and Eran Tromer, from Tel Aviv University for an Israeli security have suggested that it is not hard to stead any type of data signaling from any computer with a very small device which could be concealed even in Pita Bread.

A British Intelligence Agency Violated Rules While Spying on NGOs

According to Investigatory Powers Tribunal - which works to investigate complaints conducted by various public bodies - one of the British Intelligence Agency i.e. GCHQ did not follow proper rules and procedure while investigating two of the International NGOs namely Amnesty and Privacy International.

Numericable-SFR to offer $11 bid for Rival Bouygues Telecom

Numericable-SFR is a French cable operator and telecommunications services company, formed after the purchase of SFR by Numericable in November 2014, now bidding to purchase ‘a French mobile phone, Internet service provider and IPTV company, part of the Bouygues group’ to form a country’s largest telecom operating authority.

Are Tech Companies Getting Batter at Protecting our Data from Government Spying?

News - United States

A recent report by Electronic Frontier Foundation examined the privacy policies of 24 popular websites, apps, and Internet service providers in the United States. 21 companies out of 24 have adopted the policy to show their customers what the government is requesting for.

Google Finally to Take Step Ban "Revenge Porn"

Thanks to Google finally took step to deal this issue. Google has decided to remove "revenge porn" from its search results by making it very easy. Search giant released a new policy allowing girls remove their photos and images they think shouldn’t be on internet. All they need to do is to fill out a form requesting the removal of nude and sexual images of themselves that have been posted without consent.

Shocking Chart Shows How American Cyber-Security Getting Insecure

A Government Accountability Office testimony released a report with a chart that shows more shocking and terrible facts that nothing could illustrate more comprehensively the series of rapid failure by government of United States to protect its cyber authority. The chart shows the number of information security incidents reported by federal government agencies in recent years from 2006 to 2014.

Failed Google Glasses Finally Got the Purpose

As many or most of the people have taken Google Glass technology useless and a failed product, a specific group of people doesn’t think so. People suffering with Parkinson's experience a radical change in their life and have found that Google Glass is improving their health issues.

AT&T to Bear $100M Record Fine Over 'Unlimited' Data Violation

News - United States

The Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday discloses the accusation on AT&T that the company is not giving what it has been adverting. According to FCC, AT&T promised to offer ‘Unlimited’ data plan to its customers on certain conditions, however, it is observed that AT&T violating the promise what it is being advertising by limiting or slowing the internet speed after they reached a certain amount.

Several Canadian Government Websites Hacked by Anonymous Hacking Group

Tony Clement, a Member of Parliament and president of the Treasury Board has confirmed that several Canadian government websites went to dark after being hacked by so called Anonymous hacking group. Tony Clement is not sure about if any data is compromised or not, however, the websites has been re-onlined after several hours of government’s servers went out of control and access.

Google’s Nest Released HD Security Camera

Nest Labs 'a home automation company headquartered in Palo Alto, California, that designs and manufactures sensor-driven, Wi-Fi-enabled, self-learning, programmable thermostats and smoke detectors' looks very efficient to launch its third product ‘Nest Cam’ after it has owned by Google in $3.2 billion.

US Baseball Team ‘St. Louis Cardinals’ Accused of Hacking Rival Club

News - United States

The alleged cyber-attack by St. Louis Cardinals is said to be against its rival team Houston Astros. It could be the first cyber-attack ever by a professional sports team against another. It is also reported that the alleged attack is to steal trade discussions and proprietary statistics as well.