naivety

naivety

Erasing your digital footprint: burner phones, Bitcoins and metal wallets

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From mobile phones to CCTV, not to mention social media and the internet, becoming digitally invisible takes some doingOh, the naivety ... On Tuesday night, I thought the first step to going off-grid, erasing my digital fingerprint, becoming undetectable to a government agency or anyone else, was to take the...
Erasing your digital footprint: burner phones, Bitcoins and metal wallets
Hitting the gas: FireEye raises $50 million and builds out senior team

5 new ways to monetize your content in 2012

thenextweb.com
This week’s Pinterest content monetization ‘scandal’ has taught us a lot about the naivety of the modern-day web user. Yes, platforms like Pinterest (and Pocket-Lint and WIWT) use a tool called Skimlinks to generate revenue from subtle referral links. As Skimlinks CEO Alicia Navarro so aptly explained: “It’s not a secret. We do monetize social discovery, and it’s great”. For those...
5 new ways to monetize your content in 2012
Why Some Investors Are Skipping Out On 'Silicon Valley's Version Of The N.F.L. Scouting Combine'

BitTorrent Inc Takes Legal Action Against Download Scammers

torrentfreak.com
Ever since the early days of peer-to-peer file-sharing clients, unscrupulous companies have tried to trade on the naivety of Internet users just beginning to engage with the P2P world. For more than a decade the mode of operation employed by these companies has followed a similar pattern. Pick the most...
BitTorrent Inc Takes Legal Action Against Download Scammers
Five Years On, Sunrun’s Solar Solution Powers the Fight Against Fossil Fuels

Using spam emails in your classroom

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Looking for a new way of teaching persuasive writing? Then take a look at using spam emails - it's what English teacher Alan Gillespie did.The children we teach are the first of a new, crashing wave. The modern world is full of possibilities, but there are new and unforeseen hazards...
Using spam emails in your classroom
Guess What, Underachievers: In Palo Alto, Even Teens Have Startups
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