Over 2009, the Chinese police has placed thousands of individuals under arrest as a part of a drive against internet pornography, as has been confirmed by officials, all the while vowing a deeper and more intense crackdown which is being seen as the authorities' way of tightening overall censorship.
Special agents of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) served civil subpoenas to two travel bloggers - Steve Frischling and Chris Elliott – for having ‘leaked’ a TSA security directive which pertained to revision of passenger screening procedures following a recent bombing attempt by the ostensible underwear bomber.
According to a recent McAfee report, the year 2010 will witness Adobe surpassing Microsoft as the primary target for hackers and virus writers. Thus far, Microsoft, which holds a leading stake of the operating system, office productivity, and Web browser markets, has been the most common target for malware attacks.
Despite the fact that content for the Amazon Kindle e-reader is sold in an “.azw” format, boasting DRM (digital rights management) technology for preventing the ‘export’ of the content to an unauthorized device, hackers have worked around a way to enable the transfer of Kindle content to other devices.
As has been reported on Wednesday, the U. S. Transportation Security Administration posted a document online, via pure accident, which contained secrets related to passenger screening practices across all airports. Posted on the Federal Business Opportunity website, the TSA operating manual appeared online in March.
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