Can Google ask manufacturers to remove it from their stock images, since a lot of the time, you can't uninstall this crap !
208 posts • joined 6 Sep 2014
Google to pull plug on Play Music, its streaming service that couldn't beat Spotify, in favour of YouTube Music
Google: OK, OK, we pinky promise not to suck Fitbit health data into the borg. Now will you approve the sale?
Seems common in the US of A$$, if data stolen, to offer a couple of years of so called "protection" with another dodgy company and they get off with a minor slap wrist. Hope the employees do a class action lawsuit, companies need to be punished, to fulfil their security obligations. UK/EU DPA/GDPR may not be perfect but offers more protection and our watchdog is finally starting to wake up and punish companies. Just waiting for the first %% of global turnover fine !!
Stinker, emailer, trawler, spy: How an engineer stole top US chip designs, smuggled them to China to set up a rival fab
Fasten your seat belts: Brave Reg hack spends a week eating airline food grounded by coronavirus crash
Australian PM says nation under serious state-run 'cyber attack' – Microsoft, Citrix, Telerik UI bugs 'exploited'
Netgear was told in January its routers can be hacked and hijacked. This week, first patches released – after exploits, details made public
Nothing fills you with confidence in an IT contractor more than hearing its staff personal records were stolen by ransomware hackers. Right, Cognizant?
How do you run a military court over Zoom? With 28 bullet points and a ceremonial laptop flunkey, of course!
Scottish cops dangle £6m for help understanding 160TB treasure trove of structured and unstructured data
Barmy ban on businesses, Brits based in Blighty bearing or buying .eu domains is back: Cut-off date is Jan 1, 2021
Surprise! That £339 world's first 'anti-5G' protection device is just a £5 USB drive with a nice sticker on it
FYI: There are thousands of Chrome extensions with so, so many fake installations to trick you into using them
Intel stifled the PC evolution and ripped off customers, happy to notch up the speed here and there by a couple of hundred Mhz while raking in the cash with over the top prices, until AMD stepped up kicked them in the nutz and said this is how you do it, ever since, Intel has been playing catch up. proof, look how quickly the increased the core count and speed boost on their products within months of AMD's releases. AMD not perfect, but will never buy another Intel CPU unless they come up with something magical at sensible prices !
Rogue ADT tech spied on hundreds of customers in their homes via CCTV – including me, says teen girl
Users of Will.i.am's Wink IoT hub ask 'Where is the love?' as they're asked to pay for a new subscription service
Airbus and Rolls-Royce hit eject on hybrid-electric airliner testbed after E-Fan X project fails to get off the ground
Where the hell Huawei? It should be a bit easier to tell now the AppGallery has its first proper navigation app
Why should the UK pensions watchdog be able to spy on your internet activities? Same reason as the Environment Agency and many more
Something a bit phishy in your inbox? You can now email suspected frauds straight to Blighty's web takedown cops
Lockdown endgame? There won't be one until the West figures out its approach to contact-tracing apps
Re: Sharp Practice
In my day at PCW, staff received a small amount of commision for gerneal sales, but a bigger lump for warranties and pressure from sales manager to flog it even if customer didn't want it. In my defence I used to respect the customers wishes and take the flak from managers, after 6 months, I left.
What could possibly go wrong, hmmm, lets ask all the US medical companies and government departments that have massive leaks in the couple of years. More importantly,if it does go wrong, how will it be investigated, if it even gets reported and those effected get compensation, even the NHS can't fight US lawyers !