When users upload content, pictures and video to Facebook, it is not erased from their servers even when the user 'deletes' it. Video and experiment.
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Wikipedia's owner said on Friday it had completed the domain name transition away from Go Daddy after the registrar came out in support of the controversial SOPA bill.
Web email access was meant to make life easier. But now with multiple services interconnecting and "working together", it just shows that "working together" means "working against the will of the user."
On the 28th March, Shane Fitzgerald who studies at the University of Dublin, began an experiment which could put journalism into disrepute, by faking a quote on Wikipedia and measuring the spread across the world's media outlets.Maurice Jarre, a famous French composer, died in late March this year with the news spreading across the world of his death.
With an ever-increasing number of businesses adopting social media, what are the more risky aspects companies and consumers need to be aware of?
Facebook is offering $30,000 towards research funding for Ph.D students to help them tackle the most challenging technical problems of the time;
Smarsh has acquired financial website template service AdvisorSquare from Symantec for an undisclosed sum.
Leaked Facebook features which were accidentally published late last year, are at last slowly rolling out across the social network.
Screenshot gallery: Live@edu has had one last change - adding new features and long awaited customisable themes to student inboxes, just before the service transforms into Office 365 for Education later this month.
A series of unfortunate events in Europe led to, well, more unfortunate events on the other side of the world. Flirting with an iPhone for a month, and why I went back to BlackBerry.