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February 10, 2016

Hackers Reportedly Offer Apple Employees €20,000 For Login Information

Disloyal employees working for major software companies might have an opportunity to make some easy money if a recent report is true.


Hackers are reportedly offering Apple employees €20,000 (£15,000 / $23,000) for inside login information, according to an employee who spoke to Business Insider on the grounds of anonymity. The employee said the offers reflect the number of people trying to gain access to Apple information.

Hackers Solicit Apple Employees

The employee said many would be surprised to know how many offers Apple employees, even random employees, are getting from hackers. Employees are getting emails offering them thousands of euros for a [...]

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October 6, 2015

EU Court: US Safe Harbor Scheme Invalid

US companies have made a habit in the last several years of locating data centers in Ireland in order to serve European customers. These companies include Google, Microsoft, and, most importantly for this article, Facebook.

Austrian citizen and privacy activist Maximillian Schrems decided to lodge a complaint against Facebook to the Irish Data Protection Commissioner in 2014, citing revelations brought by the Edward Snowden leaks which showed the US had little regard for privacy laws. The Data Protection Commissioner decided not to review the case on the grounds that under a 2000 arrangement, known as the “Safe Harbor Scheme,” the data was adequately protected in transmission [...]

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July 26, 2015

21st Century Security Guard: Man Scares Trespassing Kids with Drone (Video)

If the first fifteen years of this century have been any indication, technology is seriously changing the way humans interact with each other. Trespassing miscreants have been a problem since time immemorial.

Stephen Coyle of Letterkenny, Ireland, was flying his drone one day recently when he noticed some kids up to no good, playing on the roof of a school. As you’ll see, he had a lot of fun and they had quite the scare.

He chased the four boys until they actually saw behind the curtain, and found out that it was him operating the drone. Realizing they were in no trouble, the boys asked for the video to go on YouTube.

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