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Yahoo Disconnects China

It is official. Yahoo is out of China. From now on, Yahoo accounts in China will be covered by its partner Alibaba and Alimail. So, what went wrong in China? 190 more words

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The latest egocentric madness, it is out there in the cyberspace, and it is called the Meerkat. So, what does it do, and what is so crazy and addictive about it? 199 more words

Matt Gurney: Fix the Sunshine List

Ontario released its annual “Sunshine List” on Friday. For the first time ever, the number of Ontario public-sector workers making more than $100,000-per-annum itself surpassed 100,000. 1,029 more words

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Good News: RadioShack Says Consumer Information Isn't Part Of Bankruptcy Auction

Earlier this week, we reported that the one of the assets of the former RadioShack empire up for sale is the tens of millions of names, mailing addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses that the retailer has collected from its customers. 241 more words


Slack reveals February data breach

Slack has announced that its customers’ usernames, passwords, and email addresses were compromised by hackers who broke into the company’s internal servers.

In response, Slack has added two-factor authentication along with a feature that allows team leaders to force employees to reset their passwords and log back into the service. 232 more words


The Tale of the Black Spider: The Supreme Court speaks

Matthew Flinn

And so, the long legal saga of the Black Spider Letters finally comes to a close.

I last blogged about this case back in… 1,666 more words

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