Tuesday, August 16th, 2016 at 11:58 am The U.S. Social Security Administration says it is reversing a newly enacted policy that required a cell phone number from all Americans who wished to manage their retirement benefits at ssa.gov. The move comes after a policy rollout marred by technical difficulties and criticism that the new requirement […]
A Vox article shows you how to better understand the Internet via forty maps. Some of the information is truly stunning, like who has the world’s best overall broadband speeds. http://www.vox.com/a/internet-maps#list-16
It turns out the recent major Adobe account breach not only affected Adobe account passwords, but also gave the hackers access to user’s email addresses and other information. Thus, the hackers had information necessary to access bank accounts, accounts on social media sites, including Facebook and even garage door openers. Update – Facebook went so […]
Apple says a “small number” of computers on its Cupertino campus were attacked by hackers, according to a series of tweets from Reuters. The hack appears to exploit the same Java vulnerability that recently compromised computers at Facebook. “There is no evidence that any data left Apple,” the company reportedly said.
New Hampshire is looking to become one of several states that allows an executor of an estate the ability to control the digital presence of the deceased estate holder.
This NY Times article discusses the NLRB’s recent rulings that “workers have a right to discuss work conditions freely and without fear of retribution, whether the discussion takes place at the office or on Facebook.”
Facebook is implementing a new “Graph Search” which when a user searches for something on Facebook will comb through their friends “likes”, “interests” “about” and tagged photos for potential matches. CNET’s Sharon Vaknin recommends that now is a good time to review your Facebook settings and shows you what to look for on your Facebook […]