How to Block an Email Address in Gmail?

How To Block An Email Address In Gmail

Gmail has a good filtering system and it prevents your account from spam messages. For example the huge Prize money of $1 million from fraudsters. Even though Gmail efficiently chops off these mails from your Primary inbox, there are some mails which it cannot block. For example you get mails

A bug in Plug-in: Facebook’s response to allegations of tracking user and non-Facebook user

Facebook Bug

Recently, Facebook became latest US Technology Company to be criticized by a European regulator accusing of violating EU data protection rules as the social network. Academics commissioned by Belgium’s Privacy Commission said Facebook’s new data use policy and terms of service were “in violation of European law”. Facebook’s recently updated

KickassTorrents Taken Down By Domain Name Seizure

KickassTorrents Taken Down By Domain Name Seizure

KickassTorrents has gone back to its old home at Kickass.to and that site is safe to use, after .so registry had banned KickassTorrents domain, according to the domain's Whois listing. TorrentFreak reports that KickassTorrents, one of the most popular torrent trackers that had most recently taken up residence at Kickass.so,

Verizon’s supercookies: Threat to Privacy

Verizon’s supercookies: Threat to Privacy

Lawmakers of Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation have called into investigation of Verizon for its practice of using unique customer codes to track the online activities of its wireless subscribers. This tracking technology is called “alphanumerical customer codes known as supercookies” where the subscribers are segmented into clusters

FCC Chairman proposes new Net Neutrality Regulation for Free and Open Internet

FCC Chairman proposes new Net Neutrality Regulation for Free and Open Internet

Back in Nov, United States President Barack Obama had ordered Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to consider new rules for how to safeguard competition and user choice, saying that we cannot take that principle of net neutrality for granted. “Most Internet providers have treated Internet traffic equally. That's a principle known as

Chrome Magic: Launch A Website As An App!

Chrome Magic: Launch A Website As An App!

With new technology overlapping the previous one to serve the same purpose these days, doesn't browser and websites seem stone age in the world of apps? For instance what previously was accomplished by Google Handouts is now being done by a standalone Handouts app. So the big question is, can any

FCC to propose rigid net neutrality rules out of pressure from US Government

FCC to propose rigid net neutrality rules out of pressure from US Government

News has been circulating that FCC will propose net neutrality rules out of pressure from the US Government. This will refrain the Internet Service Providers from selling prioritization to websites. The ISPs will be reclassified under Title II of the US communications law. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler