If you receive what appears to be an Amazon gift card in the mail (in your actual mailbox), exhorting you to “scratch and match” and call a number like 855-544-9400 or 855-270-6163 or another 855 number, DON’T DO IT! This scam from “PTL” is a ploy to get your personal details and then get you into a local business where you can be pressured to part with your money.
Below is the full, searchable text of the subpoena served on the Pentagon by the House Intelligence, Oversight and Reform, and Foreign Affairs Committees on October 7, 2019, in the matter of the House impeachment inquiry. Note that the subpena to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is essentially the same.
Sometime in the past few weeks a hacker calling himself Gnosticplayers hacked into Zynga’s Words with Friends database; the Words with Friends hack breached the personal data of more than 218 million Words with Friends players.
DoorDash has just today announced that they discovered a data breach earlier this month (while the Door Dash data breach occurred in May of 2019, they only just discovered it this month). Here is the information you need about the DoorDash data breach.
Last summer Animoto was the target of a data breach, in their posted-but-not-emailed announcement of the breach Animoto assured users that any compromised passwords had been “hashed and salted”. And yet, blackmail spammers now have full Animoto passwords.
People have been looking to learn about what exactly is Google LERS, and what and where is the Google LERS portal. People also are looking for how to get their law enforcement agency on the Google LERS list of agencies. Here are the answers.
Below is the full, searchable transcript of the whistleblower complaint against President Donald Trump, Attorney General William Barr, and Attorney Rudy Giuliani.
Below is the full, searchable transcript of the telephone call between U.S. President Trump and Ukrainian President Zelensky. The Internet Patrol makes no judgement nor offers any opinion about the content of the call. The Internet Patrol is simply making it available because we know how, and people are searching for it.
The Internet tracking lawsuit against Facebook for tracking users after those users have logged out of Facebook is awaiting a decision from the 9th Circuit as to whether it can move forward. The hearing in the matter of Perrin Davis v. Facebook, 17-17486 before the 3-judge panel was in April of 2019 (full transcript of that hearing included).
September 19th is International Talk Like a Pirate Day. No, not like real (and clearly bad and dangerous) pirates, but like the chummy pirate characters in the stories of our youth. Here’s how you can make Google also talk like a pirate for Talk Like a Pirate Day.
The term ‘number neighbor’ (“number neighbour” for our UK readers), or the cutesy “text door neighbors”, refers to the person who has the telephone number adjacent to yours. #numberneighbor is now trending on Twitter, as people text their number neighbors and post screenshots of the conversations to Twitter.
The telephone numbers of as many as 419 million Facebook users have been exposed, it was discovered earlier this week and made public yesterday (September 4, 2019).
If you are looking for a Dockstar replacement to give you multiple mailbox or folder notification badges on your Mail dock icon, or if you wondering how to have multiple email notifications badges on your Mac Mail dock icon, you’re going to love this Dockstar substitute!
Today we are going to explain to you a few of the ways that Facebook is able to track you even when you are not logged in to Facebook, and what you can do about it.