Daily Archives: February 22, 2017

Google: 99.95% of Recent ‘Trusted’ DMCA Notices Were Bogus

By | February 22, 2017

Under current legislation, US-based Internet service suppliers aren’t anticipated to proactively police infringing person content. They are, however, anticipated to take away it, if a copyright holder complains. The so-called ‘safe harbor’ that suppliers get pleasure from on account of such cooperation is at the second beneath the microscope, following rightsholder complaints that the Digital… Read More »

Kaspersky Lab Discovers Security Flaws in Connected Cars

By | February 22, 2017

In order to look at the safety of linked cars, Kaspersky Lab researchers examined seven distant car administration purposes developed by foremost car manufacturers. The evaluation found that every of the examined apps contained a quantity of safety vulnerabilities. This is in accordance with a evaluation report by Kaspersky Lab researchers, which examines the safety… Read More »

People Love GIFs, But Can They Be Monetized?

By | February 22, 2017

About 15 months ago, Tenor was making an try to get its GIF search engine onto as many telephones as possible. So it did the logical factor — it partnered with companies that had been already on a lot of phones. The startup, which affords a common GIF keyboard that you only probably can receive… Read More »

EU Data-Privacy Regulator Raises Concerns About Windows 10

By | February 22, 2017

The European Union’s data-protection watchdog says it nonetheless has factors regarding the information Microsoft is gathering from clients of its Windows 10 working system. The EU regulator despatched Microsoft a letter a yr in the past elevating factors that the working system did not give clients ample information or administration over what information was being… Read More »

Did You #DeleteUber? Your Account Lives On

By | February 22, 2017

As social media erupted with outrage over a sexism scandal on the app-based journey service Uber over the weekend, clients in Seattle and throughout the nation vowed to “delete the app” in protest. But till of us adopted that up with a tweet or Facebook submit — or fully deleted their account with the agency… Read More »