Science and Technology : Here’s Why You Should Take All Your Photos Off the Internet Now

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    In the Spirit of Cyberspace,



    Here’s Why You Should Take All Your Photos Off the Internet Now

    Meet the guys who beat Google at identifying people in photos and used it to build the creepiest dating site yet




    ... Alexander Kabakov, a co-founder of facial recognition startup, N-Tech Lab, explained for me how it all would work using his company’s unusually fast identification technologies. Mr. Kabakov’s company created FindFace, which permits anyone to search for anyone else using a photo rather than a name ...



    http://observer.com/2016/05/facial-recognition-findface-ntech/

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    Soon, this camera will make more than a tape that sits in a basement.(Photo: Frédéric BISSON / Flickr)


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    How to Ungoogle Yourself


    As you surf the bitstream, you leave a digital trail of words and photos that are picked up and indexed by Google's robots, then offered for anybody to see. By the time your name hits Google, there is virtually nothing you can do about it—even if you're a U.S Presidential candidate. Google has claimed that they do not remove content from search results unless that content is illegal or violates their guidelines.[1] However, there are things you can to un-Google yourself, and steps you can take to reduce your exposure in the future ...


    http://www.wikihow.com/Ungoogle-Yourself


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    HOW TO REMOVE INTERNET INFORMATION


    For help getting information removed from the Internet call us today. We have successfully removed 1000’s of pages from the Internet and search engines such as Google and Bing.

    The Internet makes it easy for almost anyone to become a published author.

    With a computer and Internet access, anyone can write an article or publish a photo.

    There is a lot of misinformation about what can and can’t be removed from the Internet. While the current laws surrounding Internet slander and Internet privacy may seem complex, there are a number of options people have to remove harmful Internet information.

    We have successfully removed all types of information from the Internet for our clients, including: ...


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    Over 272 million email accounts stolen from Gmail, Microsoft, Yahoo and more


    The discovery comes from Hold Security, with Reuters saying it’s one of the biggest stashes of credentials to be discovered since the cyber attacks that hit U.S. banks and retailers in 2014.

    Researchers found the treasure trove of information by accident, after discovering a young Russian hacker on a forum. He was bragging that he had collected and was going to give away a large number of stolen credentials that amounted to 1.17 billion records ...


    https://www.yahoo.com/tech/over-272-million-email-accounts-stolen-gmail-microsoft-161020981.html

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    A new report shows that hackers from Russia have obtained login credentials for more than 272.3 million email accounts, which are now available for sale in Russia’s criminal underworld, a Most of them are Mail.ru accounts, though the list also includes smaller fractions of Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft email users


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