What better way for presidential candidates to appeal to their audiences interests than to know exactly what they are interested in? For decades campaign managers and their teams have used internet users browsing histories to fine tune their election campaigns. Big data has become one of the most influential sources for advertisers due to its… Continue reading Data Mining in US Presidential Election Campaign
Here is a link to the LA Times report of the North Korean internet outage of 2014.
A brief video that breaks down how proxies work and the benefits that come with using them.
Snapchat’s appeal to most users is the deletion of the file like it never existed. Well, come to find out, those embarrassing photos just so happen to be saved on the servers used by snapchat. More in the article below… http://prdaily.com/Main/Articles/Snapchat_admits_deleted_photos_arent_really_delete_16643.aspx
How to Browse the Web Anonymously by Christina DesMarais on April 24, 2012 http://www.techlicious.com/tip/how-to-browse-the-web-anonymously/
Not that long ago, social media wasn’t as nearly as possible as what it was today. You couldn’t find your mom, dad, grandma, and little sister on Facebook. It just wasn’t as popular as it was today. Now, millions of apps and programs have you simply “sign in with Facebook”. This is great for users,… Continue reading Post on Facebook to share with friends… And the rest of the world