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Massive Google cover-up exposed: Hundreds of thousands of users compromised; Google tried to sweep it under the rug

Not that anyone ever really used it anyway, but social networking site Google Plus is officially going the way of the dodo bird after it was revealed that private data on hundreds of thousands of users was leaked due to a “bug.”

Medical equipment can be taken over and controlled remotely by hackers

By Barker: (NaturalNews) The development of a form of medical technology known as telesurgery, which uses robotic arms capable of performing surgery that can be remotely controlled, has tremendous potential to save lives and money. The ability to remotely perform a surgical procedure is an inexpensive way to partially solve the problems associated with the lack of expert surgeons in remote areas, for example.

Hackers in charge: Sony hack and theater pullback reveals new era of hackers trouncing multinational corporations

By Adams:(NaturalNews) Note the day of December 16th, 2014. That day will mark a milestone in history because it was the first time a U.S. cinema chain censored the launch of a movie due to threats from hackers.

"Carmike Cinemas has canceled the nationwide Christmas Day release of Sony's 'The Interview,' the first theater chain to do so on the day hackers threatened 9/11-like attacks on theaters that showed the movie," reported The Wrap today. [1]

Hackers in charge: Sony hack and theater pullback reveals new era of hackers trouncing multinational corporations

By Adams:(NaturalNews) Note the day of December 16th, 2014. That day will mark a milestone in history because it was the first time a U.S. cinema chain censored the launch of a movie due to threats from hackers.

"Carmike Cinemas has canceled the nationwide Christmas Day release of Sony's 'The Interview,' the first theater chain to do so on the day hackers threatened 9/11-like attacks on theaters that showed the movie," reported The Wrap today. [1]

'Smart' home appliances vulnerable to malicious hackers


The first ever cyber attack on "smart" home appliances (those connected to the internet) has been uncovered. An investigation launched by security firm Proofpoint finds that hackers had broken into household appliances, such as refrigerators, televisions and routers, between December 23, 2013, and January 6, 2014. The hackers were able to send hundreds of thousands of malicious emails from compromised household "smart" appliances which are hooked up to insecure internet networks. Other smart appliances can include things like smoke detectors and thermostats.

Beware of Big Brother: 'Rental' computers discovered tracking users' locations, passwords and private lives


Privacy is an illusion with many of today's computers and tech devices, which are fully capable of secretly tracking your every move and relaying this information to third parties or even the government without your knowledge or permission. This was the subject of a recent lawsuit and federal investigation, which uncovered a massive spying ring involving computer rental companies that install secret software on their computers to hijack users' webcams; capture screenshots of users' online activities; and even log users' every keystroke for the purpose of stealing passwords and private information.