NSA spying okay, just don’t look at the naughty bits

Earlier this month John Oliver, host of HBO’s Last Week Tonight, did a segment about NSA spying and discovered that people don't really care - unless the NSA is looking at their nude photos.

New bill set to gut net neutrality

Sometimes you’ve got to wonder exactly what our elected officials are smoking.

Internet security – we were worried about the wrong things

After twenty years worrying about our online security it turns out we were worried about the wrong things.

FCC gears up for net neutrality battles

The FCC has officially filed their Title II net neutrality plans with the Federal Register opening the doors to multiple lawsuits.

Google doesn’t trust Chinese digital certificates

Google is planning to block digital certificates issued by the Chinese CINNIC and their Egypt-based affiliate MCS Holdings

AT&T offers $29 discount for your privacy

Well, at least they are being up front about it.

Slack chat hacked

In yet another case of hackers worming their way into yet another company’s database, the group chat tool Slack admitted last Friday that they too have fallen victim.

Google’s cookie monster bites back

A UK Court of Appeals has dismissed Google’s request to have a case dropped over its use of use of tracking cookies in Safari browsers back in 2011 and 2012.

The Magic at NVIDIA’s GTC is in ECS

This is where the dreamers are, the folks that don’t want to work 9-to-5 for some amorphous company where there are more people telling you what you can’t do than there are helping you to get it done.

Quiz: How much do you know about Google?

Do you consider yourself an expert on Google? Find out if your knowledge is up to snuff with this short quiz on some lesser known facts about Google.

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