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In the words of Frank Underwood himself: “Welcome back”. Season two of House Of Cards lands on Netflix tomorrow, there’s now more than one way to watch it in Australia.
Valentine’s Day is possibly the worst day of the year for the lonely hearts out there. Chances are if you’re reading this site you have some idea of how to use online dating to your advantage, but not like this guy does. For anonymity’s sake, we’ll call him Eros, and what he has created is nothing short of god-like: a way for the tech savvy to exploit loopholes in the dating site RSVP to get more dates with people you actually like. This is how to hack a dating site to your advantage.
Remember those laws Queensland was working on to combat so-called “Facebook parties”? They’re set to go before Parliament this week. If you’re caught running a party that has got out of hand, you’re in for the legal high-jump.
Every time you install a new app on your phone, you have to agree to some terms and conditions — which you do, blindly. But should we be taking those long passages of text more seriously?
The Electronic Frontier Foundation’s recent post on Net Neutrality started off well. It rightly noted that “[v]iolations of network neutrality are a real and serious problem: in recent years we have seen dozens of ISPs in the US and around the world interfere with and discriminate against traffic on their networks.”