The Daily Read – San Antonio Spurs Edition – 8/6/2014
Welcome back to another edition of The Daily Read. Today’s article feature pizza, Facebook, cable, and more!
“A Russian crime ring has amassed the largest known collection of stolen Internet credentials, including 1.2 billion username and password combinations and more than 500 million email addresses, security researchers say. The records, discovered by Hold Security, a firm in Milwaukee, include confidential material gathered from 420,000 websites, ranging from household names to small Internet sites.”
“The Associated Press dropped a significant scoop on Tuesday afternoon, reporting that in the last several years the terrorism watch list had doubled. A few minutes after the AP story posted at 12:32, consisting of three paragraphs, First Look Media published a much more comprehensive piece.”
“Sick of the big cable bundle? Luckily, the number of alternatives are growing — and some are coming from the very people who say the bundle isn’t going away.”
“Dear readers, social media is your friend.”
“The one app that changed three best friends forever.”
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