So you've collected oodles of personal data: Tictrac helps you actually use it
So you've collected oodles of personal data: Tictrac helps you actually use it
                                       

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Windows 8 is here, but plenty of Windows users are still on the fence about whether to take it for a spin. In the wake of Windows Vista, you can't blame Windows users for being cautious; upgrading unquestioningly to the latest version of our operating system is a luxury...
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The [US government? Federal government?] government has released new guidelines on facial recognition technologies and discretely tucked in a Trojan horse that is destined to have fierce opposition: a rule that advertisers and social networks must get permission before repurposing facial data for future use. Facebook has long argued that...
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The Digital Campaign: How Obama And Romney Are Targeting You

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FTC: Companies should limit facial recognition in some cases

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FTC to Settle With Analytics Firm Compete Over Data Collection Privacy and Security

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The researchers found that 8 percent of the applications they analyzed have code that is vulnerable to attack. [Read more]...
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thenextweb.com
Cross-site Scripting (XSS) attacks are becoming more and more popular amongst hackers. Between Q2 2012 and Q3 2012, the attack type has increased by an estimated 69 percent, according to secure cloud hosting company FireHost. The UK firm blocks various types of attacks that are attempting to harm its clients’...
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Android apps 'leak' personal data

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