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Lancope Appoints New VP of Worldwide Channels, Dan Sibille

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E-Plus Group chooses NSN to enhance network security

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    • TJ
    • November 6, 2013
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    Canada (Vancouver/Toronto) Vs New Zealand (Auckland)? What would be the best option between the 3 cities mentioned above. I want to move/immigrate from South Africa. I work in IT (Network and Security Engineer.
    – Which one would be the easiest to move to
    – Where is the best work opportunities
    – How easy would it be to get accomodation

    Please assist and give your opinions

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    Why Does Everyone Want More Personal Information Now? Periodically when I sign in on Yahoo (which is rare because this place sucks now, but that’s a whole different discussion) I get asked for a phone number for some security reasons. This is despite the fact I have used the site for a few years now without this being a problem. Based on what I’ve read elsewhere, you’re required to give a phone number if you start a new e-mail account on here. I’ve blown it off to this point but keep waiting for the day I can no longer do that, in which case I’ll no longer be using Yahoo at all.

    It’s not just Yahoo though. Xbox Live keeps asking for me to use a security code to verify my e-mail address– the e-mail address I have used for 5 years to get on there. Now they want me to verify that one (which, incidentally, doesn’t work, as I’ve done it twice and still get asked to do it) and another one. Google keeps wanting me to use my real name and basically forced me to do so at one point, before I changed my name on there to the alias I’d been using.

    All of this came at about the same time. Even though these are 3 wildly different companies, I’m not sure that timing is a coincidence. But I get enough spam e-mails and phone calls as it is. I can’t see why these companies I’ve dealt with for years suddenly need this information. What am I missing?

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      The request to furnish a phone # is the outgrowth of the need to provide an alternate method of authentication of your identity (called ‘multi-factor authentication’), due to the mushrooming account hacks sweeping the ‘Net.

      But as “Jon” hints at, these very details can be used by not-so-obvious 3rd parties to determine exactly who you are.
      All the fluff about data mining & tracking being for ‘targeted advertising’ (and therefore harmless and beneficial) has it’s dark side, which in my opinion outweighs any advantage gained.

      Google is the worst data collector on the globe, and it’s likely that the secret government has already annexed all that for future reference…to what end is anyone’s guess.
      Here’s one of my opinions about what’s to become of all the precision data being collected:
      http://ca.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AiAZUScZf4OAaOiMSxHdxg_BFQx.;_ylv=3?qid=20131101204528AAsBp8k

      And of course it’s not just computer use: satellite TV networks are monitoring what you watch; where you buy goods & what payment method; your vacations or trips; political associations, your face; your friends & their faces; hell, even what pet food you buy.

      It’s all a matter of who controls the data…

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