Obama orders review of Russian election hacking — TechCrunch

President Obama has ordered intelligence agencies to conduct a complete review of the hacks and leaks that led up to and may have influenced the presidential election, according to White House homeland security and counterterrorism adviser Lisa Monaco. “The President has directed the Intelligence Community to conduct a full review of what happened during the 2016…

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Infographic: Identity Fraud Hit 1 Victim Every 3 Seconds in 2012 – Nearly 13 million U.S. adults were victims of identity fraud in 2012, an increase of more than one million victims over the past year, according to a new report from Javelin Strategy & Research. Identity fraudsters stole more than $21 billion from 12.6 million victims in 2012, the highest amount since 2009, the research firm said in its 2013 Identity Fraud Report, released Wednesday. This equated to one incident of identify fraud every three seconds.

How to improve your chances of recovering a lost Android phone – Password-protecting your smartphone makes sense, as it prevents unauthorized users from accessing your data. But it can also work against you. Fortunately, Android 4.0 offers a solution in the form of lock-screen contact information, which will display the message of your choosing even on a passcode-protected device. Here’s how to set…

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Damn! Another one bites the dust, it sucks that startups get bought and then get killed by the buyer




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