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The online marketplace Amazon.com is back up after facing an outage across North America on Monday.
Typically, when one Internet-based firm goes offline for a couple of minutes, it’s no big deal and life goes on as normal. Unless that firm happens to be Google – then the results are borderline catastrophic.
In recently released court documents, Google argues that their customers can’t expect them to not read and scan their emails. Comparing Google’s role in serving up email to that of an office assistant, the search giant argues that customers “cannot be surprised their emails are processed by the recipient’s [email provider] in the course of delivery.”
In her article, AOL Email Hacked – What to Do and How to Recoversecurity researcher at idcloak Technologies tells how an email account can be compromised, how it can be used for attempted fraud
KMT Software, Inc. has released a version update (1.5) for High Impact eMail for iPad.