How The Internet Changed The World

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Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites have helped spark some of the world’s most fascinating revolutions and it doesn’t stop there!

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Why All Encryptions Are Doomed To Fail?:

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Hacking Of Government Computers Exposed 21.5 Million People:

“The Obama administration on Thursday revealed that 21.5 million people were swept up in a colossal breach of government computer systems that was far more damaging than initially thought, resulting in the theft of a vast trove of personal information, including Social Security numbers and some fingerprints.”

Unbreakable Encryption Comes To The U.S.:

“As revelations about the depth and breadth of the NSA’s digital eavesdropping program continue to come to light, Ohio-based Battelle Memorial Institute is rolling out a new kind of network encryption designed to be virtually un-hackable – not only now, but in the future. ”

The Top 10 White-Hat Hacks:

“Hats off to the white hats. These hackers, who break into computer networks and digital devices to find holes before the bad guys do, have led to some of the most significant advances in securing the online world.”

How The Deep Web Works:

“What a tangled web we weave, indeed. About 40 percent of the world’s population uses the Web for news, entertainment, communication and myriad other purposes.”

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