On This Week In Technology
1989: A computer in Paris read files on traffic violations and then mistakenly sent out letters charging 41,000 traffic offenders with crimes including murder, drug trafficking, extortion, and prostitution.
Good news with one week to go till we know about the new iPhone , latest rumour is that there will be new earphones , have to better than the old Apple earphones and this time looks like they are in-ear ones.
Who owns the music you buy on iTunes , Bruce Willis is not happy as there was a story claiming he wanted to leave his iTunes music collection to his children.
However when you buy a song from iTunes, you’re not actually purchasing the song. You’re purchasing the rights from Apple to listen to the song, and getting a copy so you can do so.The same applies with Amazon music.
App Of The Week
Expendables 2 App , put yourself in a trailer
5AA Spot For 4th Sept
"Internet Troll:, a troll is someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as a forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion."
For Twitter : block them , don't respond or retaliate.
With Twitter, you have the option to keep your Tweets public which are visible to everyone or to protect your Tweets.
Protected Tweets require approval of each and every person who view that account's Tweets, like a circle of acquaintances.
With Facebook you can unfriend where only your Facebook friends can contact you or block which will prevent the person from seeing your information, including posts and updates.
You should report abusive content to Facebook.
Also make sure you keep a copy of the abuse if you have to report it to authorities.