Could Apple’s New Quiet AI Acquisition Indicate A Turning Point For The Company – And Perhaps The World?

While Google has never really been privacy-focused, but rather in recent years has become more and more dangerous for consumers who desire to maintain a level of privacy and security in our increasingly technological and Orwellian society, Apple on the other hand recently made a purchase of an AI company which may indicate a shift in the other direction. Apple vs... read more

Using Google reCaptcha Could Be Costing Your Company Customers, and May Be A Security Risk

We all hate filling out a CAPTCHA. It needlessly wastes time and energy, and can be frustrating to use. At least in times past, the distorted text was reasonably possible and quick to solve. However, since Google made it easy for developers to quickly add in support for Google image reCAPTCHA, it has been becoming increasingly proliferate across the internet, as well as... read more

How To Get A Dedicated Email Service For Maximum Privacy And Security

If you are finally ready to leave the free email providers like gmail or others for security reasons, this article is for you. First, currently there is no perfect email provider out there, unfortunately. However, what I will suggest will help you retain maximum possible security, while at the same time affording as much convenience as possible. What I suggest to do... read more

How To Create An Alternate Internet DNS System To Bypass Internet Restrictions & Censorship

There is a big problem in the world of the internet today. This problem is that the organizations regulating and subsequently controlling the internet are a monopoly. In order to solve this serious problem, there are two potential solutions: to break up ICANN, or bypass DNS. The first solution, which will probably not ever happen, is to somehow break up ICANN, as Brad... read more

Paypal, Twitter, PSN, Pinterest, and Other Major Sites Down After A Massive DDOS Attack

Paypal, Twitter, and PSN, among other major websites including Pinterest, SoundCloud, Github, Box, Heroku, Freshbooks, SaneBox, and Vox Media, among others are currently down as a direct result of a massive DDOS attack against Dyn, a popular DNS services provider. Reddit, Spotify, Shopify, Airbnb, Wired.com, and Zoho CRM are also on the Dyn networks, but since they are... read more

The Future of Consumer Internet Connectivity and Demise of Oligopoly ISP Giants

To understand what the future of internet connectivity will be, you have to understand several things. First, you need to understand how people connect to the internet right now. Most people do not know anything about how the internet works besides that they pay their ISP every month for internet access, and that they put a password into their computer to access wifi from... read more

Google’s Gmail Gets UI Update, Blocks Copy & Paste When Logging Into Google on Mobile Devices | Here’s A Fix

Today I tried to log into my gmail account in a mobile browser and was surprised to discover that gmail has blocked the ability to paste in your password. This can be frustrating for many people who have secure passwords that would be a paid in the neck to try to type out. For example, my pass is a long alphanumeric with uppercase, lowercase, and symbols, so this would be... read more

Big News: The Torrent World Takes A Huge Hit as Owner of KAT Torrents Arrested In Poland

Just in: Only hours ago, owner of the famous torrent site KAT at kat.cr, Artem Vaulin from Ukraine, was arrested today in Poland; officials in the United States have requested his extradition. Shortly following his arrest, multiple KAT domains have been seized and taken down immediately. KAT has become more famous even than ThePirateBay, gaining millions of traffic,... read more

So-Called “SEO” Businesses Might As Well Be Called “Scammer Enterprise Operations”

You should be aware that almost every so-called "SEO" company that exists today, or for the past 10+ years, is really a scam artist or organization of scam artists who make broad claims but really steal your money. The scam essentially works by luring companies in by promising a boost in Search Engine rankings. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. But this scam... read more

AOL Mail Alienates The Last Remnants Of Its Users By Requiring Phone Verification, Drops Into Obscurity

Aol Mail has done it, finally dropped into obscurity. How? By forcing phone verification on all new mail accounts. Not only phone verification, but forced required phone from "valid networks" and only if you can receive texts - and not VOIP. It's not that anyone in the world can't receive texts. It's that for anyone with half a wit who cares enough about their privacy to... read more