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Tag: Dropbox

  1. 9 ways to share files between Macs

    If you have more than one Mac, you probably need to exchange files between the two computers from time to time…

  2. 36-year-old man to plead guilty to iCloud ‘Fappening’ celebrity nude photo theft

    A man has been charged with hacking the Apple iCloud and Gmail accounts of celebrities…

  3. Cybersecurity researchers: Fitness trackers vulnerable to tracking, privacy breaches – but not Apple Watch

    The Apple Watch received high marks in the study for data security because it is the only model that is impossible to track over the long term….

  4. Research firm: Apple will buy Box or Dropbox in 2016, replace Google with Bing as default by end of 2017

    Apple will acquire an online data storage firm such as Box or Dropbox…

  5. Apple’s iCloud tops in cloud storage satisfaction for U.S. small and medium businesses

    Apple’s iCloud cloud storage service beat out Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive in user satisfaction…

  6. Apple and Dropbox oppose controversial U.S. ‘cybersecurity’ bill

    Apple and Dropbox said Tuesday that they do not support a controversial cybersecurity bill…

  7. Apple takes a swing at privacy-tampling, personal data-guzzling rivals like Google

    On numerous occasions over the past year Apple has highlighted key differences between Google and itself when it comes to privacy…

  8. Apple reinvents the privacy policy

    Apple has amplified a well-aligned stance on user data being owned by the user to global proportions, taking a very public stance whenever possible…

  9. Apple selling targeted ads, but their new privacy policies shows they think different about tracking

    Protecting the privacy and security of your information is a priority for everyone at Apple…

  10. Google eavesdropping tool installed on computers without permission

    Without consent, Google’s code had downloaded a black box of code that…

  11. Government data requests 2015: Apple earns 5-star rating

    We commend Apple for its strong stance regarding user rights, transparency, and privacy….

  12. Edward Snowden supports Apple’s stance on customer privacy

    Edward Snowden thinks Apple’s pledge to protect customer privacy

  13. ‘Fappening’ celebrity nude leak suspect alleged to have hacked 572 iCloud accounts

    The celebrity iCloud heist was done through the oldest (and most reliable) method of online malice: phishing emails…

  14. In open letter to Obama, Apple, Google, others urge Patriot Act not be renewed

    Apple is one of ten tech giants to once again call on the US Government not to reauthorize the Patriot Act…

  15. Dropbox adds killer productivity feature to iOS app

    And it’s simple to use…

  16. 10 popular iPhone apps you should delete

    Screen after screen, folder after folder, app after app…

  17. Beware Dropbox phishing emails

    If you don’t already know this, you can check the URL behind…

  18. Edward Snowden’s privacy tips: ‘Get rid of Dropbox,” avoid Facebook and Google

    According to Edward Snowden, people who care about their privacy should stay away from Google, Facebook, and Dropbox…

  19. Jennifer Lawrence calls nude photo hacking a ‘sex crime’

    It is not a scandal. It is a sex crime…

  20. Hacked celebs’ lawyers threaten to sue Google for failing to remove nude photos and videos

    Lawyers for the female celebrities whose nude or private images…

  21. Apple knew of iCloud ‘brute-force’ attack issue 6 months before nude celebrity photo leak, security researcher claims

    The theft of the photographs was not the result of ‘any breach in any of Apple’s systems including iCloud or Find my iPhone…

  22. Apple’s iCloud security nightmare gets worse as more nude celebrity pics leak

    If you thought that the hugely successful iPhone 6 launch…

  23. 5 million Google Gmail usernames and passwords leaked to Russian Bitcoin forum

    Nearly 5 million usernames and passwords appear to have been published…

  24. Since the celebrity nude iCloud hacks, one third of Americans have improved their online security

    Many Americans have taken steps to beef-up their online security in response to the iCloud hacks…

  25. Taking a naked selfie? Your phone should step in to protect you

    What should smartphone makers do about nude selfies?

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