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The right to privacy in the digital age

United Nations                                    A/RES/68/167 General Assembly   Distr.: General 21 January 2014 Sixty-eighth session Agenda item 69 (b) Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 18 December 2013 [on the report of the Third Committee (A/68/456/Add.2)] 68/167. The right to privacy in the digital age The General Assembly, Reaffirming the purposes and principles of the Charter… Continue reading The right to privacy in the digital age

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Copy Paste Tricks back to their old tricks again

In an article on The H, they explain why it's not good to simply copy and paste stuff you get from a website tutorial. What seems like a harmless command could be hiding something very dangerous. When a user pastes what they think is an innocent command that does what the page they pasted it… Continue reading Copy Paste Tricks back to their old tricks again

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Windows God Mode – How To

Windows users on Windows 7 got a treat in a secret feature called God Mode that gave them access to just about ALL of the controls, settings and options built into Winodws. In this article we'll walk you through unlocking God Mode in Win8. I am told this can be done with Windows Vista as… Continue reading Windows God Mode – How To

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Set your own new tab page in Firefox

If you're not a big fan of the new speed dial tab in the newest version of Firefox, Mozilla makes it easy to customize the page to load any site of your choosing with a simple edit to the about:config file. To create a custom new tab page you just need to edit one file… Continue reading Set your own new tab page in Firefox

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Every standard Windows passwords hacked in less than 6 hours

All your passwords are belong to us. By Dan Goodin - Dec 9 2012, 6:00pm CST on arstechnica.com A password-cracking expert has unveiled a computer cluster that can cycle through as many as 350 billion guesses per second. It's an almost unprecedented speed that can try every possible Windows passcode in the typical enterprise in… Continue reading Every standard Windows passwords hacked in less than 6 hours