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Companies that post sponsored tweets in Twitter streams are now banned from its API, but, for those who care, Kim Kardashian is still allowed to charge $10,000 for a paid tweet. Originally posted at The Social Source
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The Facebook security gaffes keep coming, with the latest being a bug that allows hackers to delete all of a users' site friends without permission, according to IDG News.   The flaw was reported Wednesday by college student Steven Abbagnaro, but some 48 hours later it could still be exploited to delete an IDG reporter's Facebook friends. Abbagnaro has written proof-of-concept code that uses...
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Introduction   Hello everyone,My name is Scott and I am the new owner of IRCReport. I am writing this blog entry to let you all know that apart from an owner change, nothing around here will change. If it works, why fix it right? I would also like to note that X-Ception has run this site with great integrity for a long time, and I hope I can live up to your expectations of what this site brings...
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The latest version of the beta is mIRC v7.03, released on May 20th 2010, and includes the following changes:   1. Changed DCC Send/Get windows to show long progress bar when window is maximized. 2. Changed DCC Send/Get switchbar buttons to display progress bar in black during transfer and grey when finished. 3. Fixed /fseek line matching bugs. 4. Optimized BOM-checking in file routines, should...
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The attack on German e-crime site Carders.cc has led to the wider disclosure of stolen credit card details and passwords from victims along with data on the forum's criminal denizens.   A database file containing communications exchanges between 5,000 members and a file containing the contact details of forum members and data on members' IP addresses on have been uploaded in three separate...
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The lawyers who do most of the jousting over Internet copyright issues were abuzz last week after learning that a federal court judge suggested one of the more prominent among them had advised clients to destroy evidence.   On Wednesday, U.S. District Court Judge Kimba Wood issued a 59-page decision in Manhattan granting summary judgment in favor of the Recording Industry Association of America...