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shamu726 posted a topic in FileSharing NewsPolice, anti-piracy groups, and sports companies are fighting a battle, not only to prevent pirate IPTV services from operating but also to stop fans from becoming illegal streaming customers. Interestingly, a potent part of their arsenal consists only of carefully constructed words that, when delivered into the hands of the lazy and unscrupulous, can be amplified to distort and mislead. As a publication entirely dedicated to reporting on copyright, piracy, torrent and streaming sites (plus all things closely related), here at TorrentFreak we aim to tell all
zanderthunder posted a topic in Security & Privacy NewsOpinion: Do you know where your data is? Tough new laws are on their way. Consumer data is fast becoming an expensive liability, and it could even lead to jail for executives. It's only a few weeks before California's strict data law takes effect January 2020, and there are others in the pipeline in other states including proposals to jail executives that fail to protect people's data from a breach. Data is fast becoming a business liability rather than a benefit. I go to a lot of media roundtables organized by computer security companies, and they all say that 1
The AchieVer posted a topic in Software NewsOpinion: What are you doing Microsoft? [MS Build 2019 Edition] Before we begin, it is worth noting that this article is based on the author’s perspective of Build 2019 and it doesn’t necessarily reflect the views of MSPoweruser in general or Microsoft. Microsoft hosted their MS Build 2019 developer conference at Seattle, WA from 6th May 2019 to 8th May 2019. I was present there in person and I got to attend the keynote and then interact with several product grou
vissha posted a topic in Polling StationWhat Apps Do You Wish Linux Had, Or Can’t Find a Replacement For? If you could magically, instantly, create any sort of app for the Linux desktop right now, what would it be? This question has been tumbling around my brain all weekend thanks to some new (totally spammy) comments being left on an article of mine from 2013 — an article in which I decried the lack of “simple, purposeful” Linux desktop apps. Now, don’t misunderstand my intention in asking you what you’d create if you could. I am not saying Linux has an app gap. I am not i