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Slashdot: Feds Bust a Dark-Web Counterfeit Coupon Kingpin
Sparrowvsrevolution writes: The dark web has become the go-to corner of the Internet to buy drugs, stolen financial data, guns...and counterfeit coupons for Clif bars and condoms? The FBI indicted Beauregard Wattigney yesterday for wire fraud and trademar...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 6:15am -07:00T (368 words)
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Scripting News: My website in a Dropbox
I wanted to mark a milestone. I finally have a web server running out of a Dropbox folder. I tried doing this with Apache a few years ago, but there was something about how Apache worked that drove Dropbox crazy. Or vice versa. Now I have my own web serve...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 6:00am -07:00T (241 words)
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Slashdot: Chinese Nationals Accused of Taking SATs For Others
Vadim Makarov writes: Fifteen Chinese nationals living in the U.S. have been charged with creating an elaborate scheme to take U.S. college entrance exams on behalf of students. For the past four years, the accused provided counterfeit Chinese passports t...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 6:15am -07:00T (289 words)
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Google Blog: YouTube A to Z: #HappyBirthdayYouTube
Every adventure starts somewhere, and YouTube’s began on Saturday, April 23, 2005, when "Me at the Zoo" became the first video uploaded to a new site no one had ever heard of. Captured at California's San Diego Zoo, the clip is a 19-second description o...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 7:30am -07:00T (279 words)
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Techdirt: Google Backs Off Zero Rating In India After Facebook Takes A Global Public Relations Beating
Google appears to be backing away from its plans to support zero rated apps (deals that allow some apps to bypass broadband ISP usage caps) in India after Facebook found itself at the heart of a global public relations kerfuffle for the practice. As we've...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 7:30am -07:00T (595 words)
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hack a day: Itemizing Water Consumption At Home
For a while now [Florian] has wanted to itemize his water usage at home to keep better track of where his water bill is coming from — and to help him develop water conscious habits. He’s not done yet, but has had a pretty good start. The prob...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 7:30am -07:00T (381 words)
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A List Apart: We (Still) Have Work to Do
We’re here, and we’re on the record: the web industry has a diversity problem. It’s got a misogyny problem. It’s standing in the way of the web we want, and we are all—every one of us—responsible for changing that. I wrote these words one ...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 8:45am -07:00T (2152 words)
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Ars Technica: Is it OK to generate a fake news story to make a point? No
It may come as a surprise to regular readers, but I like the modern era of science. Today, if you want to do an experiment, you actually have to consider more than just your experiment and the science you want to explore. These days, you have to conside...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 8:45am -07:00T (201 words)
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Slashdot: Hacked Emails Reveal Russian Plans To Obtain Sensitive Western Tech
blando writes: A trove of emails provided to The Intercept detail Russian schemes to obtain a crucial component for military thermal-imaging systems. Though emails about the thermal imaging systems date back as far as 2006, the plans to acquire them began...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 7:30am -07:00T (287 words)
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Ars Technica: Konami pushes back on reports of troubled restructure, “mobile focus”
After months of headlines pointing to trouble and disarray for Japanese game publishing giant Konami, the company has reached out to Ars Technica with an open letter downplaying the impact of recent changes within the company and pushing back on a suppo...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 6:15am -07:00T (254 words)
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Slashdot: The Underground Hacking Economy
Fast Company profiles the rise of sites like Hackers List and Hackers For Hire, which provide consolidated markets for people to hire hackers to break passwords, alter databases, learn to operate malware, and more. People with the skills to circumvent sec...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 8:45am -07:00T (297 words)
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Slashdot: Crowdfunded, Solar-powered Spacecraft Goes Silent
Last week saw the successful launch of the Planetary Society's LightSail spacecraft, the solar-powered satellite that runs Linux and was crowdfunded on Kickstarter. The spacecraft worked flawlessly for two days, but then fell silent, and the engineering t...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 7:30am -07:00T (368 words)
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Ars Technica: PSA: Xbox One with two Assassin’s Creed games for $300
Until today, the lowest retail price we've seen for a new Xbox One console showed up on last year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday, when multiple retailers offered Kinect-free systems bundled with various games for $329.99. Today, electronics discounter ...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 8:45am -07:00T (251 words)
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MacRumors: Apple Continues to Provide Top-Rated Tech Support on Strength of Genius Bar
Apple had the highest overall customer satisfaction for tech support among more than 3,200 computer owners surveyed by Consumer Reports, unsurprising given the company has been top-rated for tech support since the not-for-profit organization first surveye...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 10:00am -07:00T (428 words)
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Techdirt: Rosie O'Donnell's Ex Accuses Her Of Copyright Infringement... For Posting Photos Of Their Daughter To Instagram
Almost everything gets pretty contentious in a divorce. That's pretty much a universal truth. And now we can thank copyright for making things even more of a mess. Five years ago we wrote about a case involving a divorcing couple who fought over the thous...
Dateline: 2015-05-29 8:45am -07:00T (304 words)
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