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Recently the legal case between FBI and Apple over unlocking iPhone as requested by FBI is a very hot topic in tech industry. Many tech giants include Google, Microsoft, Facebook and lots others have expressed their support of Apple by filing legal briefs. But we noticed that IBM is missing in the list of supporters. Do you think why IBM is missing? What is IBM concerning about? Afraid of losing government deals?...

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US National Security Agency has been conducting domestic information surveillance activities. It has collected tens of millions of American's information. This time the exposure of "PRISM" incident makes us think about privacy. In big data era, is every one transparent? How do we protect our privacy? Can we trust the government?...

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Nowadays, one maintenance job of website and blogs is to delete spam comments. They are mostly some advertisement which are not related to your website or blog content. It's annoying that we need to delete them again and again. We know that there are some third party spam comment filer can be used. But we just want to know what do you use to filter spam comment or you just don't care about them? We want to hear about your story....

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Recently, LinkedIn has leaked 6.5 million account passwords. A few months ago, a Chinese IT website CSDN leaked over 6 million user accounts. Worse for CSDN is that they stored the passwords as plain text format which can be easily cracked by hackers. Actually, many information leak accidents happened in the past. Information security is always a big concern for all of us. Do you have any idea on how we should keep our information secure? Do you think how secure is secure?...

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Microsoft announced Thursday that the next version of its browser, IE 10, will ship with the controversial “Do Not Track” feature turned on by default, a first among major browsers, creating a potential threat to online advertising giants.That includes one of Microsoft’s chief rivals — Google.The change could also threaten the still-nascent privacy standard, and prompt an ad industry revolt against it.Do Not Track doesn’t attempt to block cookies — instead it sends a message to every...

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