Jun 11

Hacktivism at World Cup


The World Cup is becoming more and more known for being another big event that takes advantage of the poor that have no power. They are being forced out of their homes, working nearly as slaves, losing any support they … Continue reading

Apr 28

Internet Explorer Security Flaw


Microsoft is scrambling to fix a newly found bug in Internet Explorer, which leaves all versions of the browser open to potential attacks. Hackers have already used the flaw to launch “limited, targeted attacks,” Microsoft said a“security advisory” on Saturday. As … Continue reading

Apr 25

Internet Fast Lane


Federal regulators are poised to lay down new rules of the road for how Americans access the Internet. Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler proposed new regulations Thursday that would allow Internet service providers like Comcast (CMCSA, Fortune 500) and Verizon (VZ, Fortune 500) to strike deals with individual websites … Continue reading