Yes, this is quite random for me to post something about the dark web but I came across an article by Matt Eddy on PC Mag and it may enlighten readers about the mysterious dark web and what lurks under the stairs or behind the creaking doors of the "place."
Wordpress is the most popular blogging platform on the Internet.? It far outnumbers the competition in installation and I must admit it is very easy to use and to upgrade.? Last year I made a website for a friend using Wordpress (mastinimayhem) and now she can fully operate and update without help from me.? So in that regard Wordpress is superb.? I have also started working on another project (maxomagickennel) using wordpress and it should be finished by 1 October.
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The tremendous popularity of massive social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, Orkut, and others are like? a beacon to the hackers, scammers, and phreakers of the digital darkworld.? With as many as 175 million logins per day, Facebook is currently at the head of the pack and thus draws the most unsavory and skilled hackers.? Is your information on facebook safe or should you dump the social networks?? Read more at Norton Security.
In this CNET article by Declan McCulagh, he reports that the DoJ is planning to request mandatory data retention by Internet providers. Their argument is that the lack of data retention is interfering with law enforcement?s ability to investigate cases. This implies some kind of shift in the balance of privacy vs. access. No such shift has taken place. Read the rest of Lance Cotrell's article.