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From Bad to Worse: The Devastating Impact of the AT&T Hack Revealed

This video is from SomeOrdinaryGamers and covers the what we know so far about the AT&T hack. This time we take a look at how one of the largest Internet companies in the country was hacked and had “nearly all” of it’s customers data stolen. How did this happen? Let’s find out!

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Privacy

Uncovering the Truth Behind Browser Fingerprinting: How You’re Being Tracked

In this short educational video Matt Sionkowski will take you through the recent history of browser trackers. From Cookies to Browser Fingerprinting.Whenever you leave too much information about you or your device than it is absolutely needed – there will be someone who will benefit from gathering and profiling such information. Not all tracking is bad, […]

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Apple Privacy

Why iPhone Takes Your Picture Every 5 Seconds

This video is from Apple Explained. Recently, iPhone users have become afraid that the front facing camera might be taking photos of them every five seconds. As seen in these types of videos. But is iPhone actually taking your photo? And if so, why? Well, it’s true that the infrared camera activates about every five […]

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Future Interesting Privacy

How to Stop Cops From “Seeing Through Walls” to Spy on Your Home!

This video is from Hampton Law.. Can Cops See Through The Walls Of Your Home to Spy On YOU? Is This Legal? In this video, we break down new technology that allows police to see through the walls of your home and other buildings to conduct criminal investigations and how they have been able to […]

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Privacy Security

Discover the Power of OSINT: How to Find Anyone Online for Cybersecurity Purposes

In this videofrom Nielsen Networking, “Find Anyone Online: The Power of OSINT in Cybersecurity!” delve into the world of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and its critical role in cybersecurity. See a hands-on tutorial on how to use powerful OSINT tools and techniques like Google Dorks, Shodan, haveibeenpwned.com, Spiderfoot, recon-ng, Maltego, Intelligence-X, and more. Whether you’re […]

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AI Ethics Privacy

The Illusion of Control: Adobe’s Cloud Conundrum

In technology, a subtle yet profound shift has occurred, one that encapsulates the broader narrative of our times. This shift, emblematic of a larger trend, is nowhere more evident than in the recent actions of Adobe, a company whose software once resided comfortably on our personal computers, a bastion of control and privacy. Today, however, […]

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Linux Privacy

Is Ubuntu Spying on You?

Eric Parker does some analysis of Ubuntu traffic to see if it’s spying on users along with some popular OSS apps.

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Current Events Privacy

Does Adobe own your Photoshop content?

When a tech controversy reaches the mainstream media, then you know that something big is going on. Not to be content with angering their long term creative customers, Adobe has managed to anger lawyers, who rely on Adobe Acrobat and PDF related solutions to run their practices more efficiently. And, after spending the last 15 […]

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Interesting Privacy Security

How the FBI Tried to Wire Tap the World: Darknet Diaries

This video is from Jack Rhysider. A special phone, made from top-to-bottom with privacy, hidden apps and encryption to protect your data from prying eyes. Sounds great, right? There’s only one problem: It has a secret back door that funnels everything you do to law enforcement. Privacy journalist Joseph Cox shares the complicated story of […]

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Apple Privacy

Is Apple Doing Client-Side Scanning on Your Devices?

This video is from Rob Braxman Tech. We need an answer and this video will give you one. There are conflicting answers on the Interwebs about whether or not Apple is scanning your device content. Previously you heard that Apple was scanning phones for CSAM content and then Apple suspended that project. But in a […]

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