Don’t go googling how to break the law and have the browser remember YOU

Look, we don’t want to tell you how to commit crimes, but we do know that Googling how to commit said crime isn’t a smart starting point. It’s a lesson the Department of Justice wants you to learn, after arresting a person on suspicion of insider trading who looked up how to do so online.

The story begins with Fei Yan, a post-doctoral researcher at a “major university” in Cambridge, Mass., which we could guess at being MIT or Harvard. Yan’s spouse was a lawyer at a major law firm, who was working on a deal related to the purchase of Stillwater Mining Company.

via Insider trader caught because he googled how to commit fraud

Those teeth looks sharper than mine 😬

Photo by @BrianSkerry. A Mako Shark dives, open-mouthed, at photographer Brian Skerry in the waters off of New Zealand. Makos are one of the fastest fish in the sea, capable of speed bursts up to 60mph. Of all shark species they also have one of the largest brains, relative to body size. The numbers of Makos have declined worldwide due to overfishing and the demand for shark fins. They are currently listed as vulnerable, but their population continues to spiral downwards. Learn more about Makos in the August issue of National Geographic Magazine, @NatGeo, which includes a feature story about these impressive animals And if you like sharks, check out the new book – SHARK – by @BrianSkerry and @NatGeo! Available wherever books are sold. @thephotosociety #natgeo #sharkawarenessday #photo #makoshark #mako #shark #savesharks #underwaterphotgraphy #underwaterphoto #onassignment #photooftheday #newzealand #nz #dive #photography #nationalgeographic #follow #followme #preservation #conservation

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“If you have anything on your computer or on a network share you wouldn’t want your grandmother to see, you better get rid of it now”

How the old pro does it

Flashback to the 1990s, when this IT pilot fish at a manufacturing plant has suddenly had server administration added to his job of setting up workstations and servers.

“I had been dropped into the server admin position without formal training, and at that point I hadn’t set storage quotas,” says fish. “I found that one of our servers that held a community folder, one that everyone could dump files into, was nearly out of drive space.

Via sharktank

Internet censorship just doesn’t always go the way you want to 🙄

Iran is known for its censoring of the internet and social media sites, blocking some of them outright. Earlier this year, Iran was accused of “breaking the internet” in Hong Kong. The issue was that Iran used Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) to spoof traffic away from a few hundred sites, the false routes spread and […]

via Iranian Censorship – Big Business and Massive Restrictions — Freedom Star