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Daily Archives: June 15, 2018

How to turn off ad personalization in your Google account

Google is increasing transparency by giving users more control over customized ads, product manager Philippe de Lurand Pierre-Paul said in a blog post Thursday. More about cybersecurity For the past decade, Google has made strides to be more transparent in how personal data is used to tailor ads. In 2009, Google released Ad Settings, giving users a defined location to… ...

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Jury finds owner denied business due to his ethnicity

RIVERDALE PARK, Md. (AP) — A jury has found a Maryland town must pay a towing business owner $ 260,000 in damages for denying him business based on his Middle Eastern background. The Washington Post reported Friday that Greg’s Towing had been picking up vehicles in Riverdale Park for years when Mamoun “Mike” Ashkar and his brother bought the company. ...

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Bitcoin price revives but has not reached $7,000 level

Recent movements of BTC’s price Thursday, the price of BTC rose to a high of $ 6,736 on Bitfinex producing signs that the recent bear market evident on Wednesday was pausing. But there was not a big volume of bargain hunters leading to a fall back below $ 6, 600 at 01:00 on Friday. For the last seven hours BTC ...

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9 easy ways to cut calories and lose weight

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20-year-old email bug is used to spoof signatures: Here's how to protect yourself

Several popular email encryption tools have been found to be vulnerable to spoofed signature attacks for decades, according to an advisory post published by Marcus Brinkmann, lead developer of NeoPG, on Wednesday. The critical vulnerability—called SigSpoof, and indexed as CVE-2018-12020—was found in GnuPG, Enigmail, GPGTools, and python-gnupg, Brinkmann found. The root cause goes all the way back to GnuPG 0.2.2 ...

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