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Swedish company implants microchips in employee’s hands

Dystopia. Employees as Cyborgs.  About 150 employees the Swedish technology firm Epicenter agreed to have a microchip inserted in their hands, the company said. It is the first time such implants are used to tag employees via microchips on a broad scale. Epicenter and a handful of other companies are …

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yes we need to run several tests for the new design of KeepTalkingGreece   for the new design of via ctrl+k KeepTalkingGreecehttp://www.keeptalkinggreece.com/ 

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WikiLeaks: CIA can break into Smartphones, Smart TVs, Computers, Routers

WikiLeaks released thousands of documents that it said described sophisticated software tools used by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to break into smartphones, computers and even Internet-connected televisions. The release included 8,761 documents that it claimed revealed details of “malware, viruses, trojans, weaponized ‘zero day’ exploits, malware remote control systems …

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YAHOO admits: data of 500million users were hacked

On Thursday, Yahoo revealed a massive security breach which it said affects at least 500 million users accounts, amid the ongoing sale of its core business. The Yahoo hack involves more victims than any other cyber hacking incident in history. Yahoo says that a copy of some user account information was stolen …

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PokemonGo: Boy, 15, crashes with head into tractor hoe

First victim of PokemonGo-mania in Greece. Trying to catch some Pokemon monsters, a 15-year-old boy crashed in the hoe of his father tractor. The father was plowing the field  in a village of Trikala in Central Greece. Blinded by his ambition to catch a Pokemon, the boy did not ‘see’ …

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Hacktivists “Anonymous” launch massive DDoS attack at Bank of Greece website

For more than 6 hours the servers of the Bank of Greece were down on Tuesday, after the online hacktivist group Anonymous launched a DDoS (denial-of-service) attack. Bank of Greece was the first bank coming under Anonymous fire after the group recently relaunched operation “OpIcarus” targeting banking and financial giants …

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Apologies for the typos today…

… but the autocorrect seems to have fainted today out of Presidential vote distress. Oh, no! It’s just a technical problem. I’ll fix it asap, i.e. “tomorrow” Greek o’clock.

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“Comments” Plug-in: must work fine after recent reset

Last Thursday, I  reset the “comments” plug-in that had turned into a plague for many KTG-readers who were questioning their maths knowledge. As far as I can see form the uploaded comments, the new plugi-in seems to work fine. Go on, now! Write a comment 🙂 PS I had always …

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Facebook conducted secret experiment on users’ emotions

Facebook has conducted a secret massive psychology experiment on its users to find out how they respond to positive and negative messages – without telling participants. What Facebook did was to alter the tone of the users’ news feed to highlight either positive or negative posts from their friends, which were …

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KTG Comments Plug-in: Spam Protection and Error Message

Some KTG visitors have been complaining about having problems with the Comments Spam Protection plug-in. They have been complaining for receiving an error message even when they do the math correctly. Odd enough some people manage to get through it, KTG included 🙂 We have tried to solve the problem …

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KTG had its server “moment”…

KeepTalkingGreece.com had its server “moment” that lasted four days, November 25-28 2013. After a day of total outage, visitors could read the page, by the administrator had no access. We covered the news of the day through our alternative channel, www.keeptalkinggreece.wordpress.com and you can see our posts here. Please, keep …

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KTG had server problems

The server hosting KeepTalkingGreece had technical problems for 24 hours. Therefore, posting or reading was not possible. Apologies. Weird things happen can happen anytime. It’s the internet and the cosmic influence. I hope, KTG-readers did not suffer any cold turkey 🙂 BTW: I read that even YouTube was down for …

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How to subscribe to KTG-blog and receive updates?

From time to time I receive requests by readers who want to subscribe to KeepTalkingGreece blog. They ask me to add their e-mail to RSS feed or things like that. Unfortunately, this is something I cannot and I do not want to do. If you want to subscribe, please, click …

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RSS-Feed and e-mail subscription issues

KTG receives occasionally requests by RSS-feed or e-mail subscribers asking us to 1) change their address of e-mail subscription 2) add them to RSS/e-mail subscription list 3) add a new e-mail etc. Unfortunately it is not possible that we do that for technical reasons. For example, we cannot find the old …

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