July 2013

Posted on July 30, 2013 by Jeff Reifman

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Posted on July 12, 2013 by Jeff Reifman

Esquire’s Rens Lieman Asks You to Hack His Data

Rens Lieman, a contributing editor at Esquire magazine (Dutch edition), is launching a privacy experiment asking hackers to discover all the data they can gather about him: [blockquote]For Esquire, I wanted to write a story about online privacy and the way information about us, civilians,  is stored in so much online databases. Since I’ve read Read More

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Posted on July 1, 2013 by Jeff Reifman

SEDO Weakens; Dilutes Brand with GoDaddy Association

It used to be that SEDO was a premiere domains sales and auctions listing service. If you received an offer from SEDO, the sale regularly completed – serious buyers & serious sellers. But now, SEDO accepts offers from GoDaddy. Not only is GoDaddy a terrible company (mysogyny & animal cruelty, torture) on many levels but Read More