Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Posted by John Lister
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Squirrels pose more of a threat to infrastructure than cyber terrorists - or, at least that's what one researcher's project implies. Cris Thomas says he found nearly five million people have been affected by power cuts caused by animals since 2013. According to Thomas, that's... + continue reading
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Posted by John Lister
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Facebook is testing tools to make it easier to combat "fake news" posted to the site. It's using Germany as a test bed for the tools, which will include making it harder for scammers to make money from false stories. The term "fake news" came to prominence last year... + continue reading
Monday, January 16, 2017
Posted by Dennis Faas
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Infopackets Reader Bill V. writes: " Dear Dennis, I recently upgraded to Windows 10. Everything worked fine for a few months, but all the sudden my Start Menu stopped working. To fix that issue, I created a new user account and migrated over my data to the new account. Everything worked... + continue reading
Friday, January 13, 2017
Posted by Dennis Faas
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5
Infopackets Reader Gale S. writes: " Dear Dennis, I read with great interest your series of articles on Mozilla Thunderbird. The last article I read was in regard to Thunderbird: One Inbox, Multiple Email Accounts. Near the end of that article you mentioned there would be another... + continue reading
Thursday, January 12, 2017
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
Major changes to privacy laws in Europe could affect the way websites deliver advertising. The move is meant to protect user privacy, but critics claim it could make ads more annoying and intrusive. The proposed changes would affect websites used by people in European Union countries, but... + continue reading

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