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  1. blueriver649

    Copy and Paste Text in a Website

    Hi there, Some websites don't let me highlight (copy) texts from their sites, is any software or ways to overcome this, thanks.
  2. Microsoft releases new Windows Insider program website Microsoft recently announced the release of revamped Windows Insider program website. The new website is redesigned to be more user-friendly and accessible. Microsoft mentioned that this new Windows Insider website will be your one-stop shop to learn everything about the program. The Windows Insider Program is a community of millions of Windows’ biggest fans who get to be the first to see what’s next. Windows Insiders run previews of the platform, called Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds, t
  3. Have you ever wondered how to find Long Tail Keywords for your website? When you use Google, you may notice a little drop-down box that represents their attempt to predict what you’re about to type next. For example when I type the phrase “How does a website…” then Google assumes I might be looking for: How does a website make money How does a website work How does a website find my location How does a website server work How does a website help a business These are some interesting keywords… Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to save all these keyw
  4. Malicious advertisements on domains belonging to Disney, Facebook, The Guardian newspaper and others are leading people to malware that encrypts a computer's files until a ransom is paid, Cisco Systems has found. The finding comes shortly after technology companies and U.S. law enforcement banded together in a large operation to shut down a botnet that distributed online banking malware and so-called "ransomware," a highly profitable scam that has surged over the last year. Cisco's investigation unraveled a technically complex and highly effective way for infecting large number of comp
  5. Hello, As u all know, to create a website shortcut on your desktop, all you need to do is click on the website icon, drag and drop it on the desktop. I am using Firefox 69.0. I don't know if this issue began with the latest Firefox update or its was I who turned off a specific option in the settings. Does anyone know how to fix this issue ? Thank you
  6. from the this-is-messed-up dept What's up Europe? We've been talking a lot about insanity around the new copyright directive, but the EU already has some pretty messed up copyright/related rights laws on the books that are creating absurd situations. The following is one of them. One area where US and EU laws differ is on the concept of the "database right." The US does not grant a separate copyright on a collection of facts. The EU does. Studies have shown how this is horrible idea, and if you compare certain database-driven industries in the US and the EU, you disc
  7. from the whoopsy dept We've been pointing out for a while that, however well-intentioned the GDPR may be, and however important the general concept of protecting user's private data is, that still doesn't make the GDPR any less ridiculous. Indeed, we've pointed out that the setup of the GDPR is such that it's becoming a regulatory nightmare because the compliance costs are high, and the setup of the rules are so vague that the liability risk remains high. I know that some people keep insisting that the requirements to be compliant aren't actually that difficult. Indeed, EU Commissi
  8. Many people tell me that their websites are safe. Why? Because "Who will bother to attack my site?" Or "Our business is too small for anyone to hack." Oh please! There's this popular fallacy that attackers on the internet always target particular sites. They don't. Yes, some do. I'm looking at you Equifax. But most attacks are made by bots, which don't know a thing about you, your business, or your website. Bots don't care who you are or what you do. If you're on the web, you're a target. According to the web security company Imperva, half of all website vis
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