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Will LinkedIn Sink in a Sea of Spam?

Andy Lopata | Posted 14.06.2013 | UK Tech
Andy Lopata

The more that people abuse LinkedIn the less likely they are to explore its true potential. As a result, the less likely it is that they will benefit from membership of the network. In addition, the more that people receive what they perceive to be spam, the less inclined they will be to engage with LinkedIn.

WATCH: Text Spammers Fined £250k Over Nuisance Messages

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 01.10.2012 | UK

Two super spammers, who sent millions of nuisance texts "that blatantly break the law" to people claimed they were owed personal injury compensation o...

Safeguarding the Next Generation - iChildren

Jacinta Tobin | Posted 07.11.2012 | UK Tech
Jacinta Tobin

Children today certainly have an increased awareness of technology, yet their perceptions of danger are not fully developed as they have not had the life experiences needed to make them risk averse.

The Rise of Cyber Crime Ambition

Jacinta Tobin | Posted 22.10.2012 | UK Tech
Jacinta Tobin

If you haven't been the victim of an attack just yet, it doesn't necessarily mean that you're not vulnerable to it. Exercising more common sense and a bit more self-awareness can go a long way. Learning from the misfortune of others means that you might think that little bit more carefully about safeguarding your own personal freedom rather than handing it over to the bad guys. And with attackers becoming more ambitious with their targets, the more we can do to hinder them, the better.

How Much Value Do We Place On Our Cyber Security

Jacinta Tobin | Posted 01.08.2012 | UK Tech
Jacinta Tobin

It's hard to imagine what the world was like before the advent of the internet. If you ask anyone under the age of 20, the question will confuse them, as the 'World Wide Web' is all they've ever known.