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Windows 10 is deleting pirated games and software – Video Proof

There has been a lot of controversy over the new Windows 10. We made a previous post stating all the ways that Windows 10 “calls home” and notifies Microsoft of your picture data. But here is a video of a guys that discovered Windows is deleting his downloaded cracked software.

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Facebook denies fresh allegation that it DOES collect the text you decided against posting

Facebook sold you out people. Voting next year may be a total charade, but you can vote with your actions, your speech, and how you spend your money. So cas your righteous vote today. Delete your facebook, and stop participating in a system that sold you our and it violating the general privacy of users and non-users.

Original source link:

http://www.information-age.com/technology/information-management/123459286/facebook-denies-fresh-allegation-it-does-collect-text-you-decided-against-posting

Excerpt:

Facebook collects all content that is typed into its website, even if it is not posted, a tech consultant has claimed.

In December 2013, it was reported that Facebook plants code in browsers that returns metadata every time somebody types out a status update or comment but deletes it before posting.

At the time, Facebook maintained that it only received information indicating whether somebody had deleted an update or comment before posting it, and not exactly what the text said.

>See also: Twitter CFO’s leaked email to Snapchat CEO reveals telling insight into Facebook and mobile monetisation

However, Príomh Ó hÚigínn, a tech consultant based in Ireland, has claimed this is not the case after inspecting Facebook’s network traffic through a developer tool and screencasting software.

‘I realised that any text I put into the status update box was sent to Facebook’s servers, even if I did not click the post button,’ he wrote on his blog yesterday.

Referring to the GIF he created below, he found that a HTTP post request was sent to Facebook each time he wrote out a status, containing the exact text he entered.

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A cautionary tale of online privacy: How to keep your identity private!

A cautionary tale of online privacy: How to keep your identity private!

Modern surveillance state: 5 CREEPIEST Ways Tinder Stalkers Can Find You

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CLASS WARFARE UPDATE – “Lexus Lanes” on Orange County Interstate Despite Local Opposition

Free America, and stop excessive unconstitutional taxes against men and women. This article is not about robotic redlight cameras, but is about the class warfare that is occurring in the US and CA, against the poor, working class, and middle class.

 

The source is at link: http://www.allgov.com/usa/ca/news/top-stories/state-putting-lexus-lanes-on-orange-county-interstate-despite-local-opposition-140729?news=853819

 

“When Orange County voters passed Measure M2 in 2006, they committed spending $1.3 billion to widen a 14-mile stretch of the busy I-405 by one lane in each direction. The project is set to begin in 2016 and finish four years later.

On Friday, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announced it wants to add another lane to the county’s project for $400 million, group it with the existing free carpool lane and charge people money to drive in them. Current toll lane prices elsewhere in the state have approached $10 for a one-way trip.

Caltrans would get a couple of revenue-producing “Lexus lanes” and people willing and able to pay for a more luxurious driving experience would have a less-encumbered thoroughfare. Less fortunate Orange County motorists would have the same five free lanes that drove them to pass Measure M2 eight years ago, when there were fewer drivers on the road.

Caltrans also considered a plan that would have skipped the toll lane and added a second free lane to the Orange County one-lane project for another $100 million, but opted for the costlier option, although it’s not clear where the money would come from.

Caltrans has been pushing for toll lanes elsewhere in the state. Los Angeles pushed back before adding toll lanes on sections of two freeways. Riverside County is creating them on one freeway and San Bernardino County is taking a hard look at them. Orange County and Caltrans have been arguing about them for more than a year.

Six cities along the route banded together in opposition and in December the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) voted not to support a toll lane. OCTA’s opposition didn’t matter and in its press release announcing the decision acknowledged, “As the ultimate owner and operator of the state highway system, Caltrans has the final decision.”

Orange County leaders who talked to the Los Angeles Times were not happy with the Caltrans decision and one detected a whiff of revolution in the air. “I think once voters realize what’s coming down at them, they’re going to rebel and people are going to want to keep the freeways free,” Huntington Beach Mayor Matthew Harper said.

The revolution, Harper implied, would be more about government raising taxes and fees than about favoritism for the privileged or monetized public property originally developed for the common good. But revolt is revolt, and opponents of the toll lanes think Caltrans is going to have a tough time getting them financed.

“Caltrans has no money (for express lanes) and no plan right now,” Orange County Supervisor and OCTA Chairman Shawn Nelson told the Orange County Register. Nelson said, “Maybe they’ll catch us at the tail end (of construction). But that’s a big if.”

Project planners want a final environmental document finished by early next year and time’s awasting. Caltrans estimates that traffic on the 14-mile stretch of I-405 will increase 35% by 2040.”

Forensic scientist identifies suspicious ‘back doors’ running on every iOS device

 

Original site linkage: http://www.zdnet.com/forensic-scientist-identifies-suspicious-back-doors-running-on-every-ios-device-7000031795/

QUOTED FROM SOURCE:

Forensic scientist identifies suspicious ‘back doors’ running on every iOS device

“Forensic scientist and author Jonathan Zdziarski has posted the slides (PDF) from his talk at the Hackers On Planet Earth (HOPE/X) conference in New York called Identifying Backdoors, Attack Points, and Surveillance Mechanisms in iOS Devices.

The HOPE conference started in 1994 and bills itself as “one of the most creative and diverse hacker events in the world.”

Zdziarski, better known as the hacker “NerveGas” in the iPhone development community, worked as dev-team member on many of the early iOS jailbreaks and is the author of five iOS-related O’Reilly books including “Hacking and Securing iOS Applications.”

In December 2013, an NSA program dubbed DROPOUTJEEP was reveled by security researcher Jacob Appelbaum that reportedly gave the agency almost complete access to the iPhone.

The leaked document, dated 2008, noted that the malware required “implant via close access methods” (presumably physical access to the iPhone) but ominously noted that “a remote installation capability will be pursued for a future release.”

In his talk, Zdziarski demonstrates “a number of undocumented high-value forensic services running on every iOS device” and “suspicious design omissions in iOS that make collection easier.” He also provides examples of forensic artifacts acquired that “should never come off the device” without user consent.

According to one slide the iPhone is “reasonably secure” to a typical attacker and the iPhone 5 and iOS 7 are more secure from everybody except Apple and the government. But he notes that Apple has “worked hard to ensure that it can access data on end-user devices on behalf of law enforcement” and links to Apple’s Law Enforcement Process Guidelines, which clearly spell this out. ”

 

Delete your Facebook

This guy has a good video about how Facebook is spying on all users.
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Red-Light Camera Scam: Judge Throws Out Tickets, Could Have Major Implications

Source: http://therundownlive.com/red-light-camera-scam-judge-throws-out-tickets-could-have-major-implications/

“A Norfolk judge decided to throw out the red light camera ticket for an entire intersection. This could have major implications for the city, and others that have corrupt revenue generation.

“He didn’t believe it was fair, and acquitted me of the charges,” said David Butler.

Butler credits a story, ran on red-light cameras in Norfolk that showed how the city shortened yellow light times on the very day enforcement started.

Not only that but physicists investigated the cities lights and found them at some points to be impossible even to make it through the intersection legally during the yellow.

If drivers have a proper yellow light time, there should be no problem.”