How to Report Scammy Facebook Ads on Facebook

We’ve all seen them – there are all sorts of ads for scams on Facebook, and all sorts of scammy ads and false advertising on Facebook (such as the ones suggesting a famous actress such as Betty White or Judi Dench has died). In fact, for many of us, not a day goes by that we don’t see some ridiculous ad on Facebook and think “How can Facebook let them get away with that ad?” In part it’s because Facebook relies on people reporting scammy ads to Facebook. So here’s how to report ads on Facebook.

How to Report Damaged or Bad Packaging to Amazon

It’s not all that often that Amazon gets it wrong, especially when you consider that, by some estimates, Amazon ships more than 3million packages a day. Still, sometimes an Amazon order arrives with a damaged box, or damaged items, or just plain bad packaging. Amazon has actually made it easy to provide them with feedback and to report poor packing or damaged packaging, if you know how. Here’s how to report damaged packaging or bad packing, or leave other packing or packaging feedback, at Amazon.

Justice Department Ferguson Report Now Online

The Justice Department has released the results of its investigations into both the shooting of Michael Brown by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, and into the Ferguson Police Department itself, along with an online statement regarding its investigation into the shooting, and the atmosphere of fear and racism, in Ferguson, Missouri. Here is an overview, and links to the reports online.

UN Resolution Against North Korea (DPRK) – Read it Online

In a scathing indictment against the Democratic (hah!) People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), also known as North Korea, the UN’s Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has levelled charges amounting to crimes against humanity. The United Nations commission found that “The gravity, scale and nature of these violations reveal a State that does not have any parallel in the contemporary world.”

NSA Surveillance Needs Oversight, Says President’s Review Group Report and Recommendations

The President’s Review Group, convened to address NSA surveillance and related issues revealed by Edward Snowden, has issued its report and recommendations on how to rein in and address the widespread, overbroad nature of NSA surveillance in general, and its trampling of privacy in particular, while at the same time addressing the genuine need for national security.

Apple iOS6 Calls, Alerts and Notifications Not Working: Do Not Disturb Feature Broken Causing Feature to Be Stuck On – Here’s How to Really Fix it

If you’re an Apple iPhone 5 or any other type of iOS6 user who missed a few appointments or an important notice today, you’re not alone. It seems that with the roll over of the new year, those who used the “Do Not Disturb” feature on iOS 6 found that it won’t turn off, causing their phone to be stuck on “Do Not Disturb” mode through New Years Day, and so not sending them notifications as usual.

State of the Internet Report Reveals Nearly Half of All Internet Attacks Originate from Asia

Akamai Technologies released its current “State of the Internet” report this week and, according to Akamai, there has been a 2000% increase in DDOS attacks over the past 3 years, with nearly half of all attacks coming from Asia. According to Akamai’s State of the Net report, Indonesia has leapfrogged over China and Taiwan to take its place as the top source of these attacks, with Taiwan and China coming in second and third. Akamai also rated, among other things, the fastest cities in the world, meaning which cities have the fastest average Internet connection speed.