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APP PRIVACY: One Third Of Apps Take More Personal Info Than Needed

Research by the Global Privacy Enforcement Network (GPEN) has shown that the majority of popular apps on iOS and Android are failing at user privacy after monitoring 1,211 apps in total. The GPEN have since argued that users deserve to be in control of the data being taken regardless of […]


Lockdown On Hoax Government Websites

After over 5,700 complaints to the Advertising Standards Authority and Citizens Advice, actions have finally been taken in order to protect individuals from rogue websites replicating official government pages in order to steal money and identities from oblivious users. Complaints were most commonly about government websites for vehicle tax, driving […]


Send A Text To A Bad Driver Using The DiDi Plate App

The number of cars on the UK roads are increasing each year, however the number of bad drivers are growing even more rapidly, not only being a hazard but causing mass frustration to other vehicles. After reading an article this morning, I found details of an app that really caught […]


eBay User? Maybe It’s Time To Change Your Password 1

EBay, the online Marketplace with 128 million active users announced this week a cyber-hack that compromised their systems between late February and early March. Cyber attackers accessed the information after obtaining a small number of employee login credentials which was only discovered 2 weeks ago. The files accessed contained customer […]


Lenovo ThinkCentre M93, M93p and M93z

The Lenovo ThinkCentre M93 range fall into Lenovo’s premium commercial desktop offerings of 2013. The M93 and M93p are both tower desktops that come in three forms: Tiny, Mini-TW and SFF Professional, offering improved productivity, desktop security and environmental safety. The M93z is an all-in-one with optional touch screen capabilities, […]