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  1. Metadata & You: Best Practices, Benefits & Implementation Made Easy

    Starting with the humble page title and meta description tags, metadata has grown to include a plethora of protocols including, Twitter Card, Open Graph, and more. If you use WordPress as your CMS, the good news is a variety of plug-ins...

  2. Google's Vint Cerf Celebrates 30 Years of TCP/IP

    However, a major hurdle that the scientists and engineers faced was that the equipment at different sites was sourced from different vendors, and hence a host of incompatible communications technologies and protocols were in use.

  3. LinkedIn Hit With $5 Million Lawsuit Over Stolen Passwords

    Szpryka claims in a complaint that the company failed to use Industry Standard Protocols to protect the sensitive information, and demands a hefty $5 million in damages to make up for it. Professional social network Linkedin faces a class action...

  4. In Google We Trust (Your Identity)

    The Identity Ecosystem is the process and protocols in which the identities, yours and mine, will be held. In 1993, Peter Steiner famously wrote in the New Yorker that, "on the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog.

  5. Exploiting Tomorrow: As New Virtual World Features Develop, Security Struggles To Catch Up

    The hole in the media protocols which allowed RedZone and other devices like it to function still exists. As outrageous as this case is, none of what he did would have been possible without the hole in the media protocols- a hole that still exists...

  6. Security and Responsibility on the Virtual Frontier

    There's also a question of concerns over the same media protocols hole that RedZone exploted in the first place, being exploited in other ways by other devices- perhaps entirely surreptitiously. But it took quite some time to do it, and the media...

  7. The Bitter Harvest: The Redzone Saga Continues (Linden Lab Has a Problem on Its Hands)

    As I said last week, there is something that will kill this thing dead -- and that is to close the hole in the media protocols in the SL viewer that make RedZone's scanning possible. The JIRA regarding RedZone, the privacy invading device...