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Is Apple's iMessage Really Being Overrun By Spammers?

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August 21, 2014
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A report says more than one third of all SMS spam over the past year came from a "single campaign" using iMessage and targeting iPhone users. Video provided by Newsy


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Switch From iPhone? Here's How To Deregister iMessage

Switch From iPhone? Here's How To Deregister iMessage

Newsy (Nov. 10, 2014) — Apple has created a web tool for users to deregister their phone numbers from its proprietary iMessage service. Video provided by Newsy
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Facebook's $2 Billion War Against Spam, Fake Likes

Facebook's $2 Billion War Against Spam, Fake Likes

Newsy (Oct. 6, 2014) — Facebook has set out on a new quest to stop spammers who help businesses boost their popularity with fake likes. Video provided by Newsy
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New Google Security Chief Looks for Balance With Privacy

New Google Security Chief Looks for Balance With Privacy

AFP (Apr. 18, 2015) — In an exclusive interview with AFP, Google's new security chief Gerhard Eschelbeck, speaks of using Google's massive scope to protect users from cyber villains such as spammers and state-sponsored spies. Duration: 01:39 Video provided by AFP
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Apple Files for Sales Ban on Nine Samsung Phone Models

Apple Files for Sales Ban on Nine Samsung Phone Models

TheStreet (May 27, 2014) — It's round two in the battle between Apple and Samsung after Apple filed for a sales ban on nine of Samsung's older models of phones. It's the latest in what has been a long legal battle between the companies. Earlier this month, Apple received only $120 million dollars in a patent lawsuit against Samsung, a fraction of the $2.2 bilion dollars it had originally sought in damages. Now, Apple is seeking a ban, arguing it is more important than any monetary compensation won in protecting the three patents it accuses Samsung of infringing. For its part, Samsung says the claims are overblown and a ploy to muscle out the competition. Apple has asked the court to either order a retrial or to review the compensation awarded by the jury. Video provided by TheStreet
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