20 things to do after installing Elementary OS 0.2 Luna

Elementary OS Luna Elementary OS is another very cool linux distro based on Ubuntu. It has an intense focus on visual design and user experience. It comes with its own desktop environment called Pantheon that is designed to resemble mac.   In this post we are going to tweak elementary OS right after a fresh […]

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 Weapons of Documentation: Taser Is Pushing Police Body Cameras, Wants To Be Dropbox For Cops

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When an airplane seatmate asks Rick Smith what he does for a living, he usually goes vague: “I sell industrial electronics.” He knows if he admits he’s the founder of Taser International he’ll have to endure a flight trapped in a heated conversation about his 50,000-volt electric weapons, cavalier cops, and cardiac deaths. “It’s tiring,” he says. What Smith would rather talk about is Taser’s new growth business: body cams and digital video storage.

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 The Privacy Lowdown On Smartphone ‘Permacookies’ That Make You Trackable On The Web

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This week, researchers discovered that smartphone carriers have started inserting a unique code into their customers’ network activity so that their customers can be tracked as they browse the Web and use smartphone apps; Verizon uses a customer’s unique tag to deliver personalized ads to users, and AT&T plans to […]

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 The Privacy Lowdown On Verizon and AT&T’s Smartphone ‘Permacookies’

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This week, researchers discovered that smartphone carriers have started inserting a unique code into their customers’ network activity so that their customers can be tracked as they browse the Web and use smartphone apps; Verizon uses a customer’s unique tag to deliver personalized ads to users, and AT&T plans to […]

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 AT&T Says It’s ‘Testing’ Unkillable Tracker On Customers’ Smartphones

Phone carriers want to get into the mobile ad delivery business, using what they know about their smartphone-addicted customers to profile them for advertisers to deliver on-the-nose, or rather on-the-finger, ads. Researchers recently took a close look at the privacy toll of carriers Verizon and AT&T rolling this out: they’re […]

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