Category Archives: Internet privacy

Anonymous – Harder to Live Up to their Name

The loosely organised hacker group Anonymous was created in 2003.  Since then, they’ve committed many ‘serious’ attacks, with many of them taking place in 2010 & 2011.  The group has been known to hack into large corporations (PayPal) and governments … Continue reading

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Conservative MP’s Family Falls Victim to Online Bullying

Tory MP, Louise Mensch, has recently received threats against her children from Anonymous and LulzSec due to her stance on shutting down social media sites during specific crises.    The hacking groups are not pleased with the MP because of position … Continue reading

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Google Reveals Ranking for Governments Private Data Requests

Google yesterday released figures showing the demand by governments or police in regards to private information on Google. It is stated that there were more than 14,000 demands in 26 developed countries in the second half of last year. Google … Continue reading

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Iphone, Ipad privacy leak…confirmed through Iphone tracker programme.

Your Iphone and Ipad are recording and storing your location. Apparently, your iPhone or 3G-equipped iPad has been secretly recording your location for the past 10 months, according to the Wired.com technology reporter Brian X Chen.   Software hackers Peter Warden … Continue reading

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