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European Privacy Officials: Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft Are Still Breaking European Privacy Law     At a time when users regularly turn to search engines to find information on the Internet, search privacy is of paramount importance. The search terms you give to search engines can be used to compose a telling portrait of your interests and concerns, a fact that has led privacy advocates to...
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Five enterprise mashup security issues, and what to do about them   Do enterprise mashups, which hands over control of front-end development to end users, represent a security risk? They don’t have to.   Chris Steel, a 20-year veteran of the software security industry, says many of the security challenges associated with today’s mashups can essentially be addressed by existing security...
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XP SP2 support ends July 13, 2010, time to upgrade to SP3   Microsoft will officially retire Windows XP SP2 on July 13. After that date, although it will continue to provide security updates for XP SP3, it will stop issuing patches for the older SP2.   It's time to Upgrade to Service Pack 3! It can be downloaded here:   Service Pack 3   If you're updating just one computer, please visit...
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IRC Bouncer ZNC 0.090 released   There have been quite a few changes and also major buggs fixed from previous versions. For more info just go to the links added on the Bottom!! :tp     Change Logs   ZNC
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Due to time constraints, lack of interest, and lack of staff/developers, I have shut down IRC Driven indefinitely until we can come back with a better approach. All database records have been saved as of June 1st, 2010.  IRC Driven development will continue, as slowly or as quickly as it is. Like I said, main problem is lack of developers and public interest.   The staff will remain the same,...
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Fast food chain McDonald's has recalled 12m drinking glasses promoting the new Shrek movie because painted designs on them contain the toxic metal cadmium.   The glasses have been sold in the US for about $2 each and are available in four designs depicting the animated film's main characters.   The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) warned consumers to stop using the glasses...