Monthly Archives: June 2011

Creative Commons and YouTube

We see the copyright symbol on things all the time, but many people don’t really understand what it means. When something is copyrighted it means you must seek and receive permission from the owner of the photo/movie/writing or whatever before … Continue reading

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Facebook’s Face Recognition and Privacy

Facebook recently introduced a new feature call Tag Suggestions. This feature is possible due to new face-recognition software that scans the image, recognizes peoples’ faces allowing the site to automatically add names to the photo that been uploaded. while this … Continue reading

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Strong Passwords, Improved Safety

In the wake of the Sony PlayStation identity theft problems, The Age’s IT journalist, Adam Turner recently offered some valuable advice on choosing and changing passwords to protect your details. Turner’s tips included: avoid using the same password for everything … Continue reading

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