Anonymous released information for 4,000 bank executives as part of OpLastResort, a campaign to bring about cyber crime prosecution reform after coder and activist Aaron Swartz committed suicide.
The most trusted companies in America include HP, Amazon, IBM, eBay, and Microsoft. But Apple and Google, the two companies at the forefront of the mobile revolution, didn’t make the cut.
Evernote made the promise that it will never use your personal information for data mining and analysis. But what if there’s an acquisition? And how do their investors feel about the missed revenue opportunity?
Anyone using a pseudonym instead of their real name on Google+ is now at risk of account suspension, the company announced today.