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How Safe Is Your Cloud? What to Know About Alleged Celeb Hack

September 1, 2014 Featured, News, Photos No Comments

The hackers who claimed to have harvested photos of celebs likely used a relatively simple attack that everyday Internet users are also vulnerable to.

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Apple: We’re ‘Actively Investigating’ Celeb Photo Hack

September 1, 2014 Featured, News, Photos No Comments

The apparent hack of several iCloud accounts resulted in revealing photos of prominent Hollywood actresses being posted over the Web.

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Apple: We’re ‘Actively Investigating’ Celeb Photo Hack

Report: Second American killed in Syria fighting for ISIS

August 27, 2014 Featured, Photos, Video, World No Comments

An anti-ISIS group now says there was a second American killed fighting in Syria. The group that released photos of Douglas McCain's passport and his remains made the claim without providing any identification or evidence

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Another Security Breach on NYC’s Brooklyn Bridge

August 25, 2014 Featured, Photos No Comments

Police are investigating a new security breach on New York City’s Brooklyn Bridge – with a 24-year-old scaling the bridge and taking photos with his iPhone, authorities said.

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Another Security Breach on NYC’s Brooklyn Bridge

Investigators reach MH17 crash scene and share exclusive photos and video

August 1, 2014 Featured, Photos, World No Comments

For the first time in days, investigators were able to reach the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. OSCE spokesman Michael Bociurkiw describes crossing the front lines of the raging conflict in Eastern Ukraine.

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Mapping the wreckage from the MH17 crash

July 31, 2014 Featured, Photos, World No Comments

Investigators in Ukraine tried and failed again today to reach the scene of the Flight 17 crash. Though they haven't set foot on the site, analysts are gleaning information by looking at the location of the wreckage and photos of the debris.

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Mapping the wreckage from the MH17 crash

Instagram Hopes to Shock Snapchat with Bolt

July 30, 2014 Featured, News, Photos, Video No Comments

Bolt, the new ephemeral messaging app from Instagram, lets users send self-destructing photos and videos with a single tap.

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Your Racy Photos Are ‘Fringe Benefits’ at NSA: Snowden

July 21, 2014 Featured, News, Photos No Comments

Naked or sexually compromising photos intercepted by the NSA are routinely shared among intelligence workers, Edward Snowden says.

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AC360 Exclusive: Photos of MH17 victims Arjen and Yvonne Ryder

July 18, 2014 Featured, Photos, World No Comments

It has been over a year since Drew Ryder saw his brother Arjen and his wife Yvonne. They Ryders are part of a large Australian family and Drew has been living in the United States for the last two decades.

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AC360 Exclusive: Photos of MH17 victims Arjen and Yvonne Ryder

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