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  1. Why Russian site may be watching you on a webcam or baby monitor (+video) - Christian Science Monitor


    Scottish Daily Record

    Why Russian site may be watching you on a webcam or baby monitor (+video)
    Christian Science Monitor
    A Russian-based website is offering computer video feeds into people's homes around the world. A database on the site shows listings for 4,591 cameras in the US, 2,059 in France, and 1,576 in the Netherlands.
    Governments act against webcam-snooping websitesPCWorld
    Breached webcam and baby monitor site flagged by watchdogsBBC News
    Webcam hacker pervs in MASS HOME INVASIONRegister
    VentureBeat -CNNMoney -Telegraph.co.uk
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  2. Uber hires Hogan Lovells for privacy review amid controversy - Monterey County Herald


    Computerworld

    Uber hires Hogan Lovells for privacy review amid controversy
    Monterey County Herald
    Uber Technologies hired law firm Hogan Lovells' data-privacy experts to conduct an internal data-privacy review, moving to tamp down criticism after an executive discussed prying on journalists' private lives. Uber said in a blog post Thursday that it hired ...
    Uber hires former IBM privacy chief to conduct review amid controversyBrisbane Times
    Uber Hires IBM's Former Chief Privacy Officer To Review Its PracticesFast Company
    Uber taps former IBM privacy chief amid 'God View' controversyZDNet
    NBCNews.com -TechCrunch -TIME
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  3. Another Clue Is Offered in a 24-Year-Old Mystery at the CIA - New York Times


    New York Times

    Another Clue Is Offered in a 24-Year-Old Mystery at the CIA
    New York Times
    Kryptos, a sculpture at C.I.A. headquarters in Langley, Va., in 2010. The last of four messages embedded in Kryptos has baffled code breakers since the work went up in 1990. The sculptor, Jim Sanborn, gave a six-letter clue (“Berlin”) in 2010, but it did not ...
    Finally, a New Clue to Solve the CIA's Mysterious Kryptos SculptureWired

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  4. Bezos using Kindle Fire to bolster Washington Post - The Seattle Times


    CNET

    Bezos using Kindle Fire to bolster Washington Post
    The Seattle Times
    A new app will deliver The Washington Post to some Amazon Kindle tablet owners for free. It is the first formal collaboration between the two companies since Amazon founder Jeff Bezos bought The Post for $250 million last year. By RAVI SOMAIYA. The New ...
    Amazon is giving Kindle Fire owners 6 free months of The Washington PostThe Verge
    Where to buy an Amazon Fire TV Stick in time for the holidaysCNET
    Brace Yourselves For Amazon's Big Holiday BlowoutReadWrite
    DailyTech -Android Headlines - Android News -Washington Post (blog)
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  5. Virtual Paul McCartney app is mind-blowingly cool - Mashable


    Mashable

    Virtual Paul McCartney app is mind-blowingly cool
    Mashable
    It would have cost you more than $500 for a front-row seat at Paul McCartney's farewell to Candlestick Park Concert in San Francisco last August — and you wouldn't have been able to see much. But as of Thursday, a seat beside McCartney's piano at that ...
    Google Cardboard app immerses you in a Paul McCartney concertEngadget
    Super-Humanizing: Virtual Reality, Music and the Coming RevolutionBillboard
    Virtual Paul McCartney is mind-blowingStuff.co.nz
    RTT News -K-Earth 101 FM -Consequence of Sound
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  6. Google's New Service Kills Ads on Your Favorite Sites for a Monthly Fee - Wired


    Wired

    Google's New Service Kills Ads on Your Favorite Sites for a Monthly Fee
    Wired
    The web is funded by ads. But so many people hate seeing them, and they often resent all the data tracking that props them up. It's a clash that has become a major pain point for news websites and other publishers. The rise of ad blockers, which let people ...
    Google Contributor Lets You Pay to Hide Ads on Some WebsitesNBCNews.com
    Google Contributor may be an elaborate experiment to prove people prefer ads ...VentureBeat
    Google launches Contributor, a subscription service that removes ads from your ...TechSpot
    Bloomberg
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  7. Twitter now lets you share public tweets via Direct Message - BetaNews


    BetaNews

    Twitter now lets you share public tweets via Direct Message
    BetaNews
    First Twitter makes all tweets searchable, now they can be shared via DM You're probably well aware that Twitter features a search option at the top of the page which you can use to track down individuals or topics. Less well-known is the dedicated search ...
    Twitter's tweet-sharing is first small step in larger messaging revampMacworld
    Twitter lets you share public tweets in your direct messagesEngadget
    Twitter now lets you share tweets privately via direct messagesVentureBeat
    ValueWalk -9 to 5 Google -The Next Web
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  8. FTC cracking down on IT tech support scam activities - Beta Wired


    Knoxville News Sentinel

    FTC cracking down on IT tech support scam activities
    Beta Wired
    The Federal Trade Commission has decided to take a stand over telemarketers masquerading as IT tech support personnel in order to scam cash from gullible consumers. Advertisement. The FTC and Florida have joined forces over the issue, spearheading ...
    FTC shuts down phony tech support firms that conned $120 million from customersTechSpot
    FTC shuts down scam tech support sitesBlouin News Blogs
    FTC Cracks Down on Tech Support ScammersCIO Today
    ABC15.com (KNXV-TV) -Slate Magazine (blog)
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  9. Flip phones are hip again - WPTV


    CNN

    Flip phones are hip again
    WPTV
    Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Show Caption Hide Caption. Previous Next. (CNN) -- Hipsters, rejoice. Next time you ride your fixed-gear bicycle to the the thrift ...
    How Flip Phones Could Return In A Big WayBusiness Insider
    Flip phones are becoming hip againWQAD.com

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  10. Yahoo to replace Google as default search engine on Firefox - Telegraph.co.uk


    Telegraph.co.uk

    Yahoo to replace Google as default search engine on Firefox
    Telegraph.co.uk
    Yahoo is replacing Google as the default search engine for the Mozilla Firefox web browser on mobile and desktop in the United States, the company has announced. The switchover will take place in the US in December, putting an end to a decade-old ...

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