Tag: Google

Feds Issue Bulletin on Google Dorking

Feds Issue Bulletin on Google Dorking | Public Intelligence   A bulletin issued by the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and the National Counterterrorism Center earlier this month warns law enforcement and private security personnel that malicious cyber actors can use “advanced search techniques” to discover sensitive […]

Time travellers outsmart the NSA

  No sign of them on the Internet – yet By       Richard Chirgwin     6th January 2014 04:01 GMT If there are time travellers around, they’re being careful not to leave their fingerprints on the Internet. That’s the conclusion in a paper published at Arxiv, put together by Michigan Technical […]

Bizarre Complaint Stems From Auto-Complete

  By RYAN ABBOTT   ALEXANDRIA, Va. (CN) – The federal government is stalking a former contractor because Google auto-completed his intended search: “How do I build a radio controlled airplane?” to the unfortunate query “How do I build a radio controlled bomb?” the man claims in court. […]

CNN boss Jeff Zucker’s son, 15, resigns hours after it’s revealed Cory Booker’s start up put him on the advisory board and gave him stock options

Cory Booker helped found a video  aggregation start up site called Waywire Financial disclosure forms show that he  appointed Jeff Zucker’s 15-year-old son Andrew on the company’s advisory  board Andrew has since quit after his role was  publicized Google’s Eric Schmidt and Booker pal  Oprah Winfrey are both […]

Billionaire Google Board Member Is Latest Victim Of “Guccifer” Hacking Rampage / “i wear glasses right now an I have 2 zillion + in my bank accounts:))”

Add a billionaire Silicon Valley titan to the growing list of public figures victimized by the hacker “Guccifer.” Venture capitalist John Doerr had his AOL account breached several days ago by the same hacker responsible for illegally accessing the e-mails of Colin Powell, former White House aide Sidney […]

NSA sucks realtime data from FIFTY companies

Companies are all compelled by the Foreign  Intelligence Surveillance Act to hand over any information requested under the  law, but they’re not required to make access easier PRISM data-mining program was launched in  2007 with approval from special federal judges Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo,  YouTube, Skype, AOL […]

Cloud-computing platform for robots launched

Contact: Markus Waibel mwaibel@ethz.ch 41-446-323-192 ETH Zurich An Internet for robots Researchers of five European universities have developed a cloud-computing platform for robots. The platform allows robots connected to the Internet to directly access the powerful computational, storage, and communications infrastructure of modern data centers – the giant […]

The internet is leaving children brain-dead: Inventor warns ‘Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and skills’

By  John Stevens PUBLISHED: 17:30 EST, 25  December 2012 |  UPDATED: 17:30 EST, 25 December 2012   One of Britain’s leading inventors has warned  that  a ‘Google generation’ who rely on the internet for  everything  are in danger of becoming ‘brain-dead’. Trevor Baylis, who invented the wind-up  radio, […]