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Popcorn Time Offers Smooth-as-Butter Streaming


Popcorn Time, known as the "Netflix for Pirates," has introduced a browser-based service that lets users play streaming videos without having to download anything. The videos play on the company's servers. However, the browser-based service does not include a built-in virtual private network, a feature of the downloadable Popcorn Time app. Most of the videos stream in HD.
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Americans Hate Surveillance, Love Privacy: Report


"We know from earlier research that most people would like to do more to protect their privacy, but there are a variety of roadblocks for them," said Mary Madden, a senior researcher at Pew. Obstacles include not feeling tech-savvy enough; believing their efforts won't be effective; and feeling that taking more effective action might make them appear suspicious.
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Re: SAP Pours Salt in Commerce One's Wounds  Sinéad Carew  2002-01-17 13:43:27
Re: SAP Pours Salt in Commerce One's Wounds  m.van.leeuwen  2002-01-18 03:57:34
Re: Is E-Commerce Being All It Can Be?  Keith Regan  2002-01-16 14:37:48
Re: Is E-Commerce Being All It Can Be?  laurellane  2002-01-17 11:44:52
Re: Is E-Commerce Being All It Can Be?  raymondyoung  2002-01-16 23:47:02
Re: Does Crime Pay More on the Web?  Mark W. Vigoroso  2002-01-15 14:29:18
Re: Does Crime Pay More on the Web?  jluster  2002-01-16 12:15:54
Re: The Password Is ... Confusion  Lou Hirsh  2002-01-14 12:39:35
Re: The Password Is ... Confusion  dtrotzer  2002-01-15 10:04:56
Re: Microsoft Misses Boat With eBooks  ECT News  2001-05-30 13:38:21
Re: Microsoft Misses Boat With eBooks  danmoran  2002-01-12 15:48:30
Re: Internet Portals Leave Adolescence Behind  Mark W. Vigoroso  2002-01-11 08:54:46
Re: Internet Portals Leave Adolescence Behind  ucheabagbodi  2002-01-11 20:50:02
Re: Report: PC Owners Stay Offline at Home, Shop at Work  Nora Macaluso  2002-01-11 17:13:06
Re: Report: PC Owners Stay Offline at Home, Shop at Work  ohio  2002-01-11 17:46:26
Re: Report: PC Owners Stay Offline at Home, Shop at Work  slosi  2002-01-11 18:15:06
Re: No Solution Foreseen to Stop Delivery of Pornographic Junk E-Mail  Chris Cobbs  2002-01-09 14:49:47
Re: No Solution Foreseen to Stop Delivery of Pornographic Junk E-Mail  jimf12  2002-01-11 13:51:32
Re: No Solution Foreseen to Stop Delivery of Pornographic Junk E-Mail  scs02  2002-01-10 01:30:56
Re: No Solution Foreseen to Stop Delivery of Pornographic Junk E-Mail  edbreyer  2002-01-09 17:11:14
Re: E-Commerce Sites Fail Security 101  Paul A. Greenberg  2002-01-10 12:48:09
Re: E-Commerce Sites Fail Security 101  devitry  2002-01-10 23:55:08
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  ECT News  2001-07-20 11:45:50
AMD's Advertising Folly  ChipBuyer  2001-07-20 13:10:09
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  dfliger  2001-07-20 11:49:01
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  mdanna  2002-01-09 18:29:10
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  PCUser  2001-07-20 12:51:16
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  wsimons  2001-07-20 19:23:40
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  Just me  2001-07-27 20:01:31
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD  anon  2001-11-08 23:48:07
Re: Are StarOffice's Hard-Core Backers Really Objective?  ECT News  2001-06-05 00:18:56
Re: Are StarOffice's Hard-Core Backers Really Objective?  Peter C  2002-01-08 10:37:03
Re: Are StarOffice's Hard-Core Backers Really Objective?  Time Warp  2002-01-08 12:53:19
Re: Make Way For The Virtual Check  Paul A. Greenberg  2002-01-06 11:37:01
Re: Make Way For The Virtual Check  J. Marchant  2002-01-07 21:38:22
Re: Solving the Silence from Seattle  Keith Regan  2002-01-05 09:08:49
Re: Solving the Silence from Seattle  Bill Winn  2002-01-07 20:51:39
Re: Solving the Silence from Seattle  J.W. Riester  2002-01-05 09:30:58
Re: Lands' End Brings Virtual Swimsuits to the Net  Elizabeth Blakey  2001-10-06 14:53:33
Re: Lands' End Brings Virtual Swimsuits to the Net  Rachel Gleason  2002-01-07 15:59:28
Re: Study: Women Top Online Shoppers  Clare Saliba  2002-01-02 17:37:44
Re: Study: Women Top Online Shoppers  Lorraine  2002-01-07 15:05:16
Re: Study: Women Top Online Shoppers  Sophia  2002-01-02 17:42:48
Re: E-tailers Ring Up Record Holiday Week  Jon Swartz  2001-12-31 14:58:42
Re: E-tailers Ring Up Record Holiday Week  Teddy Bee  2002-01-02 20:59:48
Re: E-tailers Ring Up Record Holiday Week  jimmyhunter9  2002-01-06 09:27:43
Re: E-tailers Ring Up Record Holiday Week  Teddy Bee  2002-01-07 13:23:16
Re: Study: Community Pays Off for E-Commerce Sites  Keith Regan  2002-01-04 16:22:25
Re: Study: Community Pays Off for E-Commerce Sites  Jay Ferm  2002-01-07 12:27:31
Re: Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter  Paul A. Greenberg  2001-12-27 21:39:56
Re: Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter  Ford Customer  2002-01-07 11:40:01
Re: Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter  Dennis Buckley  2001-12-28 18:28:43
Re: Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter  Tony Graham  2001-12-28 16:10:28
Re: Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter  Jack Wasserman  2001-12-27 23:45:18
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  L.J. Martinez & Jon Weisman  2001-11-28 21:07:18
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  Paul Wilcox  2002-01-06 21:32:01
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  Dan  2001-12-17 16:17:16
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  Jim Patton  2001-11-29 14:52:28
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  Harry Slider  2001-11-28 21:41:59
Re: Bush Makes It Official: Net Tax Ban Extended  JUAN  2001-11-28 21:11:18
Re: Daily CyberCrime and Security Report for January 4, 2002  Stefani Robles  2002-01-06 11:59:05
Re: Daily CyberCrime and Security Report for January 4, 2002  Tara  2002-01-06 12:04:23

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Does technology create more jobs than it destroys?
Yes - The jobs new technologies create outnumber those lost due to machines replacing humans.
No- Companies fixated on cost-cutting are building workforces of robots and computers instead of people.