Author: Eduardo Gómez

Electronic Frontier Foundation Tries to Raise Awareness on Internet Privacy

While millions of people are still trying to assimilate the fact that Donald Trump won the election, in the United States a movement of concerned activists is trying to warn the incoming administration and the general public about the dangers of massive state surveillance and privacy violations. President-elect Donald J. Trump made radical promises when he ran for office. The billionaire might sign policies that could compromise the rights of …
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Meet Hoaxy a ‘Fake News’ Search Engine

The rise of social networks and digital newspapers appears to have created (or at least amplified) a side effect: fake, misleading news spread like viral infections through social media. People are either lazy, too busy, or both. Most of the time readers see a headline, read the article, and don’t bother to check the validity of the source of the article. After all who has time to fact check every piece of …
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Yahoo Outdone Itself, from 500 Million to 1 Billion Hacked Accounts

Yahoo ends 2016 hoping for an authentic miracle. The company is experiencing a PR nightmare after disclosing the hacking of over 1 Billion user accounts back in 2013. Every year hundreds of companies face times of hardship for their business, but the truth is that Yahoo’s situation is so delicate, it might mark the death of the company. Despite the board of directive’s efforts to keep the boat afloat, their hopes …
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Top 5 Most Innovative Apps of 2016

There are thousands of millions of smartphones out there. The rise of Smartphones has shifted the way we communicate, work, and entertain ourselves. Here is our selection of best apps from 2016. In the last years, the market for mobile applications has grown exponentially, with a huge selection of software to make our lives easier. It’s now even possible to say that there as many apps as there are colors …
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