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Yahoo Hacked – 500+ Million Users Exposed.

Yahoo is now facing a class lawsuit from a New York man, Ronald Schwartz, over the 2014 data breach whereby 500 million users (at least) have been compromised. The company has been accused of gross negligence and the lawsuit is on behalf of those people affected in the United States.

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Which? Condemns Windows 10.

It appears that Microsoft has had a more than a small slew of complaints about its latest Windows incarnation, Windows 10. Which? (the consumer rights people) have been public about complaints they’ve received, plus their findings of a survey, in which over 5,500 members were polled back in June of this year.

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Curiosity Killed the (Victorian) Cat.

A number of infected USB sticks have been sent to Melbourne (Victoria) households recently, prompting a warning from local police. The (unmarked) devices contained a range of malware, including rogue media-streaming services.

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Tech Tip – Who’s Copying You?

If you are ever concerned about people copying your web based content, then you can use proprietary services like Copyscape to protect your work.

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