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Mark Zuckerberg is now on ‘hacked-spree.’

It is now the third time of the year; Mark Zuckerberg has had one of his social media accounts hacked. The group ‘OurMine’ are now claiming to take the credit once again. In June Mark Zuckerberg had his Pinterest and Twitter accounts hacked, which appeared to be the consequences of poor security decisions – re-using

What is coming up on Netflix in June 2016?

If you want to spend your summer sitting in your chill room with snacks and cold drinks with some movies and shows on Netflix then stay tuned you are about to get all the updates about what is coming up in the month of June. Netflix is going to upload many of its original series

Germans’ Privacy Can Be ‘Accidentally’ Intercepted, Stipulates Surveillance Law

The German Parliament passed a controversial surveillance law that not only gives more power to the BND intelligence agency but also a serious threat to the privacy rights of German citizens. Last week on Friday, the German parliament approved to what considered as a ‘controversial espionage law’ that theoretically will strengthen the oversight of BND

China Increases Censorship And State Control By Passing ‘Abusive’ Cybersecurity Law

On Monday, China adopted yet another controversial cybersecurity law to counter Beijing’s concerns about growing threats such terrorism and hacking, but the law triggered concerns among international stakeholder businesses and right groups. The controversial legislation – passed by China’s parliament and is set to come into effect from June 2017 – is an ‘objective need’

Alleged KickAssTorrents Site Owner Remains In Custody, Court Rules

The Court of Appeals in Poland that was hearing the case of alleged Artem Vaulin, owner of KickAssTorrents, has denied the petition for bail and order that Vaulin will remain in custody. The court deems the accusations of the United States government ‘reasonable’ to keep Vaulin in custody, thereby, refused his request for supervised release.