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Hurricane Sandy – “communication is power” in the 21st century we are truly attached to our little communication devices & to the”power on earth”

November 1, 2012


Hurricane Sandy-and her WILD dance takes down “cell sites down”  mobile, laptop, tablet and computer device users grasp to connect – the digital world of communication and we are addicted to it – “communication is power” Mainstream  media, social internet sites, tech bloggers all report the news that “connectivity is improving in the Northeast as […]

Over a million mobile phones wiped off the country’s four networks

October 2, 2012


“New mobile phone subscribers will no longer be allowed to register their numbers if they hold a counterfeit phone. According to a statement issued by the communications commission of Kenya, CCK, mobile service providers will not activate any sim card deemed to be on a counterfeit phone effective 30th September this year. Existing subscribers have […]

Madonna, Sting, Red Hot Chili Pepers and Peter Gabriel support for Russian Artists Pussy Riot

August 2, 2012


Sting, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Peter Gabriel showed support for Russian Artists Pussy Riot Sting, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Madonna and Peter Gabriel have  added their voices to the growing  of support for jailed Russian punk rockers Pussy Riot, who face seven years in prison if convicted of inciting religious hatred  according to the  […]

Cyber Crime are we as end users prepared? 5 top cyber threats for 2012 & beyond.

June 26, 2012


Cybercriminals are moving away from hacking into personal computers to attack personal mobile devices,  says a new study of the top cyber threats for 2012. Cybercriminals will move away from breaking into personal computers and increase their focus on mobile devices,  according to a report on cyber security for 2012 we are fast approaching 2013 […]

dark side of the internet -end users compromised we told you so about “cyber dangers & intruders”

June 7, 2012


LinkedIn hacked, 6 million passwords compromised   LinkedIn said that it had a data breach that compromised the passwords of some of the social network’s members. LinkedIn acknowledged a security breach of its password databases after Russian hackers claimed to have obtained almost 6.5m user passwords. The professional social networking site confirmed in a blog […]

Internet’s Future! who wants to control the internet do we have any rights as end users?

May 31, 2012


My digital journey story these are my opinions -” power of internet and new media from all points” This petition I am a supporter, and I am absolutely in agreement with Access Now.  My thoughts and  my opinion this will never take place…some of us will fight this one out…. This is how the digital […]

“Flame” cyber intruder – ‘Flame’ malware is far more complex than Stuxnet and Duqu, according to Kaspersky Lab.

May 28, 2012


FLAME – cyber intruder -cyber security & privacy we deal with many intrusions and how safe are we all as end users? on the internet and off course we click click & click as we surf with all our devices? ‘Flame’ super-virus attack’ and ‘No country is safe from the Flame super-virus’ says @ Eugene […]