kleuske writes: More and more frequently companies like Google, Twitter and Yahoo are asking me to get my mobile phone number, under the guise that they need it in case I forget my password, username of to confirm my identity. Without it these companies refuse entry. I cannot even watch a youtube vid without disclosing my phone-number to these companies.
The thing is: I do not have a mobile phone, I do not want a mobile phone and if I did own one, I would not provide my phone number to any of you, since its NONE OF YOU F*CKING BUSINESS. I hope this is sufficiently clear.
kleuske writes: "A high-speed fibre-optic cable connecting Cuba to the global internet appears to have finally been activated, monitoring experts have said. However, the flow of information is lopsided: data is going into Cuba but none is coming out."
kleuske writes: "Two security researchers in the UK have uncovered a disturbing truth. It appears iPhone 4's everywhere have been tracking their users movements with startling accuracy (unbeknownst to the users) and what is more, the ease at which this information can be deciphered is apparently as easy to open as say, a JPEG."