Do leakers really have a chance of #anonymity as some media sites claim, or is it about the story ? Can whistleblowers find #help, anonymity without “a public story” as some media sites claim?
A source that is not exposed like Snowden has been leaking information for years. When the source received some sensitive data, and threats came to the source’s life. The source fled in hiding.
Disclaimer: We are not trying to hurt the Spiegel magazine news , the Intercept , the Guardian, or the journalists or organizations they contacted. Our intentions are to show the world, that help for leakers is virtually none. Also, it may give a list of places for future [...]
When Microsoft debutedWindows 10, it began offering significantly less information about KB updates in any given package. Instead of getting a clickable link that provided more than a bare sentence of information, users have to manually search for KB articles based on the given name. While this isn’t difficult, it’s an example of how Redmond has made it a bit more difficult to know what the OS is doing or why it’s doing it. Now, the company has stated that this obfuscation isn’t an artifact of a rushed launch — the company will not explain feature updates unless it deems them significant.
Over the past few weeks, Microsoft has drawn increasing fire for its update policies. To [...]
Apple iOS mobile users spent about 25% more than Android owners on their Turkey Day purchases, with an average of $118.57 per order compared to $95.25, according to the most recent data from IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark.
Sales slowed down as the day continued, as earlier reports showed the average order value of Apple iOS users came in at $122.08 and $97.25 for Android users. 73% of those sales where on the PCs Macbooks etc.
The average amount spent on a purchase by Apple users was $122.08. Those toting handsets running Google’s mobile operating system, meanwhile, spent an average of $97.25 on each item they picked up. That’s a difference of [...]