Tag: Privacy


Facebook creates ‘revenge porn’ database

Facebook has announced that they are curating a database of reported ‘revenge porn’ images in an attempt to curtail the practice on the social network. Revenge Porn on Social Networks Revenge porn is not a new concept. It can come in many different shapes and forms. For online scammers, they […]


Short URLs have been cracked for spying

Researches testing the boundaries of privacy in short URLs have cracked them, allowing for potential spying. You probably use short URLs in your every day life: on Twitter, in emails, maybe on your blog. They are both convenient and, we once thought, secure. But researchers have managed to crack the […]