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Microsoft reveals details of Windows 10 usage tracking

2016-01-11T09:56:31+00:00

Microsoft has revealed details about the data it is tracking via its new operating system (OS), Windows 10. In a blog, the firm listed statistics on how many minutes had been spent by users in total in the Edge browser and the number of photographs which had been viewed in the Photo app. The firm also said that Windows 10 was now active on over 200 million devices. However, some people have questioned whether the data tracking is a threat to privacy. Since Windows 10 was launched, Microsoft has been tracking information about how those with the OS are using it. [...]

Microsoft reveals details of Windows 10 usage tracking 2016-01-11T09:56:31+00:00

The 19th Century plug that’s still being used

2016-01-11T09:53:34+00:00

After rumours that Apple was going to get rid of the headphone jack in its imminent iPhone 7, more than 200,000 people have signed a petition asking them to reconsider. This humble plug is a rare example of technology that has stood the test of time, writes Chris Stokel-Walker. For what remains an unconfirmed rumour, a lot of people are upset about the new iPhone. It's alleged that Apple will be scrapping the 3.5mm socket, instead leaving headphones to be plugged into the "Lightning" port - the company's own design of socket. Cynics have pointed out that while this might enable [...]

The 19th Century plug that’s still being used 2016-01-11T09:53:34+00:00

Tech giants raise concerns over UK draft surveillance bill

2016-01-11T09:50:12+00:00

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo have expressed concerns to the UK Parliament over the draft Investigatory Powers Bill (IP Bill). The firms are worried about the phrasing of proposals on encryption, bulk collection of data and openness. The submission joins another, from Apple, which challenges the reach of the draft legislation. If passed, the IP Bill would overhaul rules on how authorities access people's communications. The five firms form part of a coalition called Reform Government Surveillance (RGS) which aims to promote a series of principles on how governments should collect communications data on their citizens. "There are many aspects [...]

Tech giants raise concerns over UK draft surveillance bill 2016-01-11T09:50:12+00:00

Learn Firewalls

2016-01-06T11:46:36+00:00

Of the most important devices for network security is the Firewall or UTM this article is not to compare these products, does not believe that there is one best of all, the best for you is what you will achieve the goals of the work or project you are working on but everyone works. How Cisco ASA Firewall learn in practical terms?

Learn Firewalls 2016-01-06T11:46:36+00:00

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