This is a great question. But I have to warn you that there is no easy solution. Even though it seems like there are tons of online video services to choose from, the reality is that none of them is perfect for your particular situation.
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Uploaded by EUXTV on Mar 28, 2012 - A European agency to fight against rising levels of online crime. That is the topic of a proposal tabled by the European Commission on Wednesday.Europe's cyber crime center will specifically target severe organized e-crimes such as frauds involving credit cards or online child sexual exploitation. Fighting against identity theft and protecting social network profiles will also be priority.
This top-level European policy authority already has a special unit dedicated to cybercrime and to monitoring possible online terrorist activities. Critics of the proposal fear it would lead to a stronger surveillance on people's personal lives, but the commission cautioned that this would not be the case.The Commission estimates that cyber crime accounts for more than 350 billion euro per year, making it more profitable than the global trade in marijuana, cocaine and heroine combined.
Sunday, March 25, 2012
Friday, March 23, 2012
Uploaded by videopublish on Jul 25, 2009 - This lesson answers the questions what is a router and what is a broadband modem in Plain English, while also showing you the steps to hook your router up to your cable or DSL modem so you can get your desktop or laptop computer on the Internet.
HISTORY : Uploaded by UCLA on Jan 13, 2009 - Internet pioneer and UCLA computer science professor Leonard Kleinrock displays the Internet's first router, or "switch" -- known as an Interface Message Processor -- and describes the process of connecting it with UCLA's host computer, leading to the first-ever Internet message sent on October 29, 1969.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Monday, March 12, 2012
Government says it may not grant 4G licenses for another two to three years. The delay could affect how carriers around the world adopt 4G.
Sunday, March 11, 2012
Get the scoop on seven little-known Facebook features that will take your social networking addiction to the next level.
Instead of typing out your entire e-mail address each time you sign in, use your username (the one that leads people to your profile, like facebook.com/sharonvak) instead. Even if your info is auto-filled, this trick will save a hassle when you're prompted to sign in on your mobile device or public computers.
2. Remove events without declining.
One day it was there, and the next, it was gone. For the longest time, Facebook offered a "Remove from events" link at the bottom of every event page, so that you could delete the event from your invites without rudely declining.
Facebook has a little-known feature that lets you bookmark your favorite apps, pages, and groups from the home page. It's the list on the left of the News Feed, just below your profile picture. Find out how to use the feature here.
4. Rearrange your Timeline modules.
The four boxes below your cover photo can customized to your liking. Click the arrow with the number (on the right) to expand all your apps. Then, hover over a box, click the pencil, and you'll see an option to swap the box with something else, or remove it entirely. For more tips on customizing your Timeline profile, click here.
5. Hover over photo thumbnails to zoom.
This feature isn't built in to Facebook, but after months of using it, it sure feels like it. Facebook Photo Zoom, a free browser extension, enlarges thumbnails and photos when you mouse over them. It's super useful when browsing through the News Feed and you want to see what a photo looks like without clicking the thumbnail and prompting a new page.
You might have hundreds of unread messages that Facebook has filed in your Other inbox. Find out where it is and how to manage it.
7. Prevent tagged posts from automatically displaying on your Timeline.
Friends. They mean well, but sometimes cross the line when tagging you in a post or photo you'd rather not make public to your friend list. Thankfully, Facebook gives you the option toapprove tagged posts before they go live on your Timeline and in the News Feed for all your friends and family to see.
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Uploaded by RussiaToday on Mar 10, 2012 - Supporters of the Anonymous hacker group, which is calling to halt moves by governments to tighten control over the internet, gathered near the Pompidou Center in Paris on Saturday. The group says it is trying to attract ordinary citizens' attention to the violation of rights and freedoms. In particular, the group is protesting against the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), which promotes the creation of criminal sanctions against internet providers and users who do not comply with the legality of content saved or uploaded. The group gained fame because of its attacks on the websites of various organizations and institutions.
from the this-has-been-happening-for-a-while dept
After the US seized Bodog.com, we pointed to a writeup by EasyDNS that has created quite a stir, claiming that this was the first time that the US had seized a domain that was registered through a non-US registrar by going straight to the register (in this case VeriSign). But as wepointed out, that's simply untrue. Back in 2010 we wrote about how most of the federal government's domain seizures went directly to the register.
For whatever reason, more and more people keep picking up on the EasyDNS piece, including interesting questions about whether or not these seizures could be seen as declarations of warby seizing foreign property.
I'm glad that people are up in arms about this, but it's important to remember that this simply isn't new. In fact, the feds themselves seem bewildered by all these claims. In an interview with Wired, ICE spokesperson Nicole Navas admits that the government has seized approximately 750 domains this way, with the vast majority of them using foreign registrars:
Such seizures are becoming commonplace under the Obama administration. For example, the U.S. government program known as Operation in Our Sites acquires federal court orders to shutter sites it believes are hawking counterfeited goods, illegal sports streams and unauthorized movies and music. Navas said the U.S. government has seized 750 domain names, “most with foreign-based registrars.”
So, sure, speak up about this, but please, please recognize that this isn't new. It's been going on for at least three years. Hell, it's so common these days that PIR, who runs the .org register,has a dedicated page listing out all the domains they've handed over to the feds.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Published on Mar 6, 2012 by Euronews - Leading members of the computer hacking group LulzSec have reportedly been arrested in the US. Court papers say Sabu formed LulzSec last May, and operated by identifying weaknesses in potential victims' computer systems.LulzSec is a spin-off of the loosely organised activist group Anonymous.
Monday, March 5, 2012
Turning the tables on Big Brother: Now internet users can watch who is spying on them in blow against Google's new snooping policy
- Free Collusion add-on shows which companies watch as you browse
- 'Real time' illustration of marketing companies snooping
- Mozilla aims to share data with privacy campaignersMozilla, the maker of Firefox, has unveiled a new add-on for the popular web browser that gives web users an instant view of which companies are 'watching' them as they browse.