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Some housekeeping first. As you can see, I’m upright and typing again. Turned out that I had a really unusually nasty dose of ‘flu. It started as what I thought was a bad cold, but kept getting worse, until it got to a point when I couldn’t get my head off the pillow and thought …

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Who Can You Trust in a Digital World? From #Digital Signatures to Encrypted Calls. - #infographic #technology
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NSA took control of botnets to use as new spying resource | A slide leaked by Edward Snowden has shown that the NSA appropriated botnets to use as spying platforms, possibly infecting millions of computers. Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Why NSA snooping is making us all paranoid | Do you check your privacy settings, passwords and communications a little too often? You're not alone. Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Facebook and Microsoft release figures on government data requests | US Govt. has granted tech companies permission to disclose volume of requests, but Google and Twitter want more. Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Yahoo cleans house, ditches Facebook and Google sign-ins | You'll soon have to have a Yahoo log-in to be able to log in to Flickr or any other of Yahoo's services. Buying advice from the leading technology site

This infographic displays some of the more innovative ways in which Google, along with some of the other big tech firms, works tirelessly to protect the data of personal and business users – both foreign and domestic.
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This infographic displays some of the more innovative ways in which Google, along with some of the other big tech firms, works tirelessly to protect the data of personal and business users – both foreign and domestic.

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The US government doesn't want to be in charge of the internet anymore | It wants to cede control and oversight to a body made up of companies and government representatives instead. Buying advice from the leading technology site