A website designed to help people have extra-marital affairs
is about to arrive in New Zealand but a quick check on the
internet reveals that the site might not be all it claims to
Facebook is about to change the way it asks its users to
connect to brands and celebrities on the site.
Following one's own advice would have been a good place to
start when I received an email from my school days' best
friend who now lives in Scotland.
Mack-line tries hard to avoid paranoia when several similar
emails arrive in the inbox at about the same time.
It will come as no surprise to readers that sex sells on the
Placed firmly in the "why would you do this" column comes
Blippy which asks people to share their spending habits.
A development across the Tasman could have implications in
this country given the closeness of our relationship with
Australia and the fact the country remains New Zealand's
largest export market.
It all turned a bit nasty last week for Microsoft which,
after initially putting on a brave face about its security,
released a patch for an Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) hole
through which China-based cyber spies attacked Google and
You know that internet privacy is going to dominate the minds
of some this year when politicians start blogging about it.
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