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Heads up, geeks and gamers: Bioware is the latest data breach victim

It’s a hard life being a gamer nowadays with all these data breaches:  first Epsilon, then Playstation Network, and now Bioware. The well-loved gaming company broke news of the breach this morning to their registered users, warning that “hackers may have obtained information such as user account names and passwords, email addresses, and birth dates […]

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Masked Emails: an easy way to protect yourself from the next big data breach

First Epsilon, then Playstation Network (PSN)…the question isn’t whether another big breach will happen; it’s when.  But even if big tech corporations like Sony can’t protect your data, you can protect it yourself with a simple trick. Hackers stole the info from over 100 million accounts in two separate data breaches, 77 million on Playstation […]

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LinkedIn joins Facebook Connect with share button – should you click?

Recently LinkedIn joined Facebook Connect in its aspiration to integrate itself into all the other Web sites you use…

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To be (anonymous) or not to be: should you use your real name on the internet?

What sort of trail do you leave online?  Do you comment as yourself?  Do you think that using only the first initial of your last name, like John S., doesn’t link to you?  Do you use a profile picture?  Be honest:  do you have any idea how many times you’ve left your real name on […]

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