phone hacking

  • Cell-phone snoopers: Privacy Eliminator turns police Do Want to Shouldn't Have

    Posted May 18, 2012 - 5:10 pm

    You have to admit the new generation of data-collection devices able to copy every byte of data from cell phones without even delaying the traffic ticket that became an excuse to steal personal data without a warrant. Cool, but still 3D, physical proof that come technology is so efficient it shouldn't be available even to (especially not to cops)
  • Anonymous protests execution by calling for phone-DOSsing of Supreme Court

    Posted September 21, 2011 - 2:45 pm

    Anonymous' most effective assets are its ability to motivate and coordinate effective online responses from its members on topics that affect them directly. It hasn't quite figured out how to use that power in the real world as well as it does online. But it keeps trying.
  • How to prevent your smartphone from being hacked

    Posted July 21, 2011 - 9:46 pm

    The recent media scandal involving Rupert Murdoch and his News of the World tabloid has phone users fearing for the security of their data. As disgusting as the Murdoch scandal is, there are ways to help prevent your phone from being hacked. Here's how.
  • Retro hacking gets blind youth eleven years in jail

    Posted July 2, 2009 - 7:08 am

    In this era of data breaches and cyberterrorism, there’s so much harm that can be done over the Internet that it’s hard to imagine going back to the days when hackers cracked the good old phone network. But that’s exactly what a 19-year-old blind teen from the Boston area did, and his hacking got him eleven years in prison.
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