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Private Verizon Customer Information Leaks in Chat Transcripts

Verizon customers who normally use the company’s online chat system to sort out issues with their service might want to stop for the time being. A glitch is leaking personal information—addresses, phone numbers, and sometimes accounts numbers—in other customers’ chat windows.Read more...
Tags: Verizon, Science, Internet, Cellphones, Telecoms, Fios, Verizon Customer Information Leaks

Outrage Farmer Brittany Venti Gets Copyright Strike From Cover Over Video

Brittany Venti, one of the Internet’s many outrage mongers, has been issued a copyright strike for her Gawr Gura video by Cover, the company in charge of the Virtual YouTubers of the Hololive group. Upon receiving the copyright strike, Venti decided to play victim on social media, as she usually does in situations where the […]
Tags: Usa, Internet, International, Copyright, Feminism, Anime, Cover, Slander, Venti, Virtual YouTubers, Hololive, Brittany Venti

Cyberspies target Covid vaccine 'cold chain' distribution network

Tech firm IBM says it has uncovered global phishing campaign with hallmarks of being state-backedCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageA global phishing campaign targeting organisations working on the “cold chain” for Covid vaccines has been uncovered by researchers at IBM, who say it bears the marks of a nation-state attack.From September 2020, organisations across six countries were sent emails purporting to be from Haier Biomedical, a member company of a long-running Uni...
Tags: Health, Technology, Internet, World news, Cybercrime, Hacking, Ibm, Vaccines and immunisation, Espionage, Unicef, Cyberwar, Coronavirus, Haier Biomedical

'These images are a crime scene … it's massive for us to find the child'

The Internet Watch Foundation is seeing a growing number of tipoffs about child abuse. We talk to one analyst about her work‘Deeply dark criminal activity’ drives rise in child abuse images onlineIsobel* has been working throughout lockdown. With her colleagues in the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) analyst room in Cambridge she has been responding to a rising number of tipoffs from the public that child abuse images are circulating online. The work is gruelling.“Today I started at 8.30 and I’ll...
Tags: Technology, Children, Internet, Society, Child protection, Social Care, Cambridge, Internet Safety, Online Abuse, Internet Watch Foundation IWF, Internet Watch Foundation

200 Pires Mots de Passe à ne pas Utiliser en 2021

Source : 200 Pires Mots de Passe à ne pas Utiliser en 2021 Comme chaque année, les spécialistes de la sécurité informatique dressent leur liste des pires mots de passe utilisés par les internautes sur leurs boîtes mail, leurs comptes de réseaux sociaux et même leurs comptes en banque, autant dire c’est comme s’ils laissaient la porte ouverte aux hackers… 200 Mots de passe à ne pas utiliser […] The post 200 Pires Mots de Passe à ne pas Utiliser en 2021 appeared first on MaxiApple...
Tags: News, Mac, Internet, Seo, Pc, Actualités, Astuce, Pires Mots de Passe

Stop the toxicity! 9 tips for avoiding bad behavior online

Do yourself a favor, and work on eliminating toxic people and their thoughts. Hit the flush handle, and enjoy the time you spend online. Here’s how.
Tags: Internet, Opinion, Lifestyle, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Columns, Industrial Internet Of Things, Select, Jay Thompson, Toxicity

Multiavatar, Générateur d’Avatar Parmi 12 Milliards (gratuit)

Source : Multiavatar, Générateur d’Avatar Parmi 12 Milliards (gratuit) Les générateurs gratuits d’avatar sont nombreux sur internet, Mac et iOS, mais aucun d’entre eux ne peut égaler Multiavatar Generator avec ses 12 milliards d’illustrations générées automatiquement selon différents critères… Multiavatar Generator, générateur d’avatar Mac PC gratuit Disponible gratuitement en ligne via un navigateur Mac, PC, iOS et Android, Multiavatar Generator comme son nom le […] The post Mu...
Tags: Internet, Seo, App Gratuites, Gratuit, Graphique, WebApp, Multiavatar Générateur

How has technology changed — and changed us — in the past 20 years?

Just over 20 years ago, the dotcom bubble burst, causing the stocks of many tech firms to tumble. Some companies, like Amazon, quickly recovered their value – but many others were left in ruins. In the two decades since this crash, technology has advanced in many ways. Many more people are online today than they were at the start of the millennium. Looking at broadband access, in 2000, just half of Americans had broadband access at home. Today, that number sits at more than 90%. More than half...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Technology, Media, Internet, History, Innovation, Global development, Actelion, Carbon Engineering, Technology Pioneers, PlanetOut, Tech Pioneers, Bloom Energy a Technology Pioneer, Aleph Farms and Air Protein

PlayStation 5 Forbidding Tweets Containing “Profanity”

Those knowledgeable about Sony’s censorious practices will probably be amused to learn that the company is seemingly taking its censorship beyond the realm of games as tweets made through a PlayStation 5 must be devoid of all “profanity” before they can be sent. A handful of tweets and articles have been sharing that tweets containing […]
Tags: Games, Technology, Internet, Censorship, Sony, Anime, PS5

Why the web is a mess

Tom Scott looks at how the web devolved from a universal linked information system into a bit of a mess. There are two reasons, he says: advertisers and people. The web was originally stateless. Then came cookies, which were so useful that they got built into web standards. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, News, Internet, Explainer, World Wide Web, Tom Scott

Good Meat Day Worshiping Thickness & Flesh Most Divine

The physical form has been celebrated once more as Good Meat Day has been used as an excuse to post more cosplay and lewd art onto social media, with some denizens worshiping literal meat whilst others were reveling in female flesh. The unofficial holiday is yet another opportunity for art enthusiasts to demonstrate their passion […]
Tags: Japan, Internet, Parody, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery

Western Visual Novel Creator Dismisses Saya no Uta as “Just Porn”

The lead writer for “award-winning” English visual novel Necrobarista apparently desired even more attention as they were harshly criticized for dismissing Gen Urobochi’s classic horror visual novel Saya no Uta, labeling it as “just porn” whilst propping up their own work. The tweets from the visual novel creator that had them calling Saya no Uta […]
Tags: Games, Usa, Internet, Anime, Visual Novels, Saya, Nitroplus, Saya No Uta

Virtual YouTuber Kiryu Coco Temporarily Ceasing All Activities

Battered and beaten Hololive virtual YouTuber Kiryu Coco has been forced to temporarily cease all her activities for reasons unknown, with many suspecting this to be the result of the incessant vitriol slung her way without rest. The message she sent out to her faithful followers on Twitter, though it was not specified if this […]
Tags: Japan, Politics, Bullying, Internet, China, Anime, Announcements, Virtual YouTubers, Hololive

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou’s “Big Brudder” English Translation Criticized

Funimation has been criticized again for its questionable activities as the anime’s translator went on a rather exhausting rant about why their English translation of Satoko’s classic “nii-nii” is better than merely leaving the Japanese pet name as is. The latest ninth episode of Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Gou had Satoko using the pet […]
Tags: Translation, Internet, Horror, English, Anime, Comparison, Satoko, 07th Expansion, Funimation, Higurashi, Naku Koro ni Gou

Girls Both Real & Fictional Sensuously Scrub Themselves for Good Bath Day

Anime fanatics and cosplayers alike have celebrated the practice of washing filth from the body as “Good Bath Day” has been warmly welcomed on social media, leading to the rapid dispersion of bath-themed art and photos that will certainly have observers feeling like they’ll need a bath afterwards. Due to bathing being a rather intimate […]
Tags: Japan, Internet, Parody, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Bathing, Oppai, Oshiri, H

Amazon faces a privacy backlash for its Sidewalk feature, which turns Alexa devices into neighborhood WiFi networks that owners have to opt out of

Amazon Echo smart speaker. Andrew Matthews/PA Images via Getty Images Amazon Sidewalk is launching in the US as an opt-out feature that will connect Echo and Ring doorbells to any nearby Alexa device, even those owned by your neighbors.  Amazon said Sidewalk uses WiFi from neighbors to create "a shared network that helps devices work better," but some raised privacy concerns.  Amazon apologized to UK Alexa owners, some of whom were notified of the US-only launch.  Visit Business Insider's ...
Tags: Amazon, Echo, UK, Privacy, Internet, US, Trends, Tech, BBC News, Smart Home, Amazon Echo, Alexa, Ring, Forbes, Alan Woodward, Sidewalk

President pranked as comedians snap up Trump 2024 domain

Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler buy DonaldJTrump2024.comTrump yet to formally concede despite losing to Joe BidenDonald Trump’s bid to retake the presidency in 2024 has been launched – by two comedians.“We got the domain,” comics Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler, AKA The Good Liars, wrote on Twitter. Continue reading...
Tags: Internet, World news, US news, US politics, Donald Trump, Davram Stiefler, Jason Selvig, Joe BidenDonald Trump

Amazon Web Services experiencing an outage that's affecting a number of popular services like Roku, Adobe, and Target-owned Shipt

Down Detector Amazon Web Services is experiencing an outage, with Down Detector reporting over 1,000 user complaints. Many websites rely on the company's internet infrastructure service to operate. Roku, Adobe, and Target-owned Shipt are among the sites reporting the outage to be impacting its services on Wednesday. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon Web Services has been down for most of Wednesday.  The Verge first reported the outage. In a statement to Business I...
Tags: Amazon, Internet, US, Trends, Aws, Roku, Amazon Web Services, David Brown, Brown, Kinesis, Tech Insider, Ashley Stewart, Business Insider an Amazon, Katie Canales, Roku Adobe

Amazon Web Services experiencing widespread outage that's affecting Roku, Adobe, and Target-owned Shipt

Down Detector Amazon Web Services is experiencing a widespread outage, with Down Detector reporting over 1,000 user complaints. Many websites rely on the company's internet infrastructure service to operate. Roku, Adobe, and Target-owned Shipt are among the sites reporting the outage to be impacting its services on Wednesday. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon Web Services appears to be down for some users on Wednesday morning, The Verge first reported. In a statem...
Tags: Amazon, Internet, US, Trends, Aws, Roku, Amazon Web Services, David Brown, Stewart, Brown, Kinesis, Tech Insider, Ashley Stewart, Business Insider an Amazon, Katie Canales

Comcast faces backlash over plan to charge customers up to $100 for going over a home-internet data limit rolling out to 14 new states

Comcast sign logo in the wall of a building at Universal Studios. Roberto Machado Noa/LightRocket via Getty Images Comcast is planning on adding data caps to its home-internet plans, starting in January. In 14 states and the District of Columbia, customers with Xfinity internet plans that aren't unlimited will be constrained to 1.2 TB of data per month, or face overage charges.  Comcast has had data caps in other parts of the country since 2016. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more s...
Tags: News, Internet, Trends, Data, Comcast, District Of Columbia, Wall Street Journal, Xfinity, Vermont, Universal Studios, Tb, Northeast, Public Citizen, Madden, Tech Insider, Roberto Machado Noa LightRocket

A Grant Will Help a Tribal-Owned and Managed ISP Better Bridge the Digital Divide

Much of the news about the U.S.’s internet infrastructure is abysmal. Millions of urban and rural Americans either can’t afford or don’t have reliable access to high-speed internet. The finical reprieve so many ISPs offered customers at the start of the covid pandemic is long gone. A massive spike in covid cases is…Read more...
Tags: Science, Internet, Isps, Consumer Tech, Tribal Internet, Internet Society Foundation, Southern California Tribal Digital Village, Better Bridge the Digital Divide

Modfy, Editeur de Video pour Navigateur Mac et PC (gratuit)

Source : Modfy, Editeur de Video pour Navigateur Mac et PC (gratuit) Modfy, n’est pas une webapp, mais un logiciel utilisable en ligne sur un navigateur Mac, PC, iOS ou Android, ce qui va vous permettre de protéger votre vie privée puisque vos données resteront sur votre appareil. Modfy, logiciel d’édition vidéo Mac, PC, iOS, Android Accessible gratuitement en ligne à partir de votre navigateur macOS, Windows, […] The post Modfy, Editeur de Video pour Navigateur Mac et PC (gratu...
Tags: Internet, Seo, Logiciels, App Gratuites, Utilitaire, macOS, Navigateur Mac, Modfy Editeur de Video, Modfy

The best home internet deals for November 2020: AT&T, Spectrum, Optimum and more

It's worth it to spend a little time to nail down the right internet service provider for you. These internet deals and bundles from top ISPs will have you enjoying faster network speeds (and saving some money) in no time.
Tags: Deals, Internet, Trends, Computing, Isps, Streaming, AT amp, Home Internet

Comcast Prepares to Screw Over Millions With Data Caps in 2021

Next year, Comcast will start charging Xfinity customers in northeastern US states overage fees for exceeding their monthly data cap. As The Verge reports, customers not on an unlimited plan who exceed 1.2 TB of data in a month will have to pay $10 for every 50 GB of data they go over, topping out at $100. To put that…Read more...
Tags: Science, Internet, US, Comcast, Xfinity, Data Caps, Data Caps Are A Farce

Animaniacs 2020 More Political Than Ever Before

The 2020 revival of the classic Animaniacs series has once again covered “topical” political subjects, briefly mentioning political individuals and presidents such as Obama, Hilary Clinton and, of course, Donald Trump, and bound to have many questioning the accuracy of some of the jokes and scenes. In typical Animaniacs fashion, the show utilized the medium […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, Comedy, Internet, Interviews, International, Anime, Retro, Donald Trump, Video Gallery, Animaniacs, Obama Hilary Clinton

Animal Crossing Player Racially Attacked Over Character’s Hairstyle

The outrage horde that actively scans Twitter for all things they disagree with have selected a lone individual trying to enjoy Animal Crossing: New Horizons as their next target as they mercilessly attacked them for their character’s hairstyle, saying that white people are not allowed to wear it and unsurprisingly demonstrating that such social justice […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Internet, Racism, Hair, Anime, Hairstyles, Animal Crossing, Character Design

Thickness & Luscious Legs Reign Supreme for Good Thighs Day

Social media has once again been washed over by a plethora of sexy artwork as the arrival of Good Thighs Day has prompted denizens to share artwork that features or focuses on supple thighs, another opportunity for sexiness appreciators to bolster their colossal art collections. Countless art and cosplay photos were provided on Twitter, so […]
Tags: Japan, Internet, Anniversaries, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Cosplay, Fetish, Legs, Oppai, H, Image Gallery

Tech giants join with governments to fight Covid misinformation

Facebook, Twitter and Google part of working group targeting false claims about vaccinesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFacebook, Twitter and Google are working with a coalition of governments including the UK and Canada to fight misinformation and conspiracy theories around Covid vaccinations.Formed by the British fact-checking charity Full Fact, the new working group will aim to set cross-platform standards for tackling misinformation – as well as how to hold organi...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Twitter, UK, Technology, Social Networking, Internet, Canada, Digital Media, Vaccines and immunisation, Facebook Twitter, Coronavirus

Apple accuses Facebook of 'disregard for user privacy'

Criticism made as Apple pushes ahead with transparency feature disliked by advertisersApple has criticised Facebook for trying to “collect as much data as possible” from users, saying it will push ahead with its planned launch of a new privacy feature despite objections from the advertising industry.The company’s director of global privacy, Jane Horvath, made the criticism in a letter to a coalition of privacy groups, reassuring them that the feature, which will require users to actively allow d...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Apps, Technology, Media, Privacy, Social Networking, Internet, Advertising, World news, Computing, Internet Safety, Jane Horvath

Genshin Impact Developer Suspected of Bribing Streamers With Free Currency

Mihoyo, the Chinese developer of glorified gacha game Genshin Impact, have once again courted controversy as it has been discovered that several individuals livestreaming the game were receiving free gacha currency, with the in-game messages explicitly telling them not to tell anybody else about the matter. So far, there have been at least two streamers […]
Tags: Business, Games, Internet, Anime, Livestream, Gacha, Casuals, Genshin Impact