Hacker Accessed A Silicon Valley Billionaire's AOL Account And Sent Some Pretty Strange Emails
Hacker Accessed A Silicon Valley Billionaire's AOL Account And Sent Some Pretty Strange Emails
                                       

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Sift Science Takes $5.5M to Wield Machine Learning Against Fraudsters

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Sift Science, which helps online retailers detect fraud, has raised $5.5 million led by Union Square Ventures with Max Levchin, Chris Dixon, Marc Benioff, First Round Capital and others. Co-founder Brandon Ballinger told AllThingsD his company has two big strengths: first, it uses machine learning to detect user behavior patterns...
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Internet edition. (Photo: MTV) In recent days the FTC has announced a crackdown on a particularly pernicious type of scheme: Scammers who call you up, out of the blue, purporting to be from “Windows Technical Support.” They tell you your computer is lousy with viruses, talk you into giving them remote...
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Five things I've learned from 20 years of email

gigaom.com
Twenty years ago, I did something that ended up changing my life: I got my first email address. Now, I’m not one of those persons who simply got their first email in high school, or through an AOL account. Instead, email was something rather mythical that I read about when...
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FCC Chairman Says It’s Okay to Be Charged for the Amount of Broadband You Use

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Misty, water-colored memories. (via geekosystem) Sometime in the mid-nineties, my dad got an AOL account. Roughly two seconds after that, I fell down the rabbit hole of anonymous chat rooms and never quite got out–that is when I wasn’t getting the deadly, dreaded dial-up busy signal. AOL charged by the...
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Why People Should Chill Out About Targeted Advertising

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The other day, I was reading a news article when a skyscraper banner ad to the right of the story caught my eye. It was for a particular bass guitar, which was for sale on Amazon. I happen to be in the market for a new bass, and this model...
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The TED v. Sarah Silverman Fight Turns Really Retarded

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The TED v. Sarah Silverman debacle is turning uglier. Quick background – comedian Sarah Silverman, who is known for shock and insult humor, was invited to give a TED talk. She was subsquently trashed by TED organizer Chris Anderson, who tweeted “I know I shouldn’t say this about one of...
The TED v. Sarah Silverman Fight Turns Really Retarded
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