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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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FBI to Dig Into IRS Data Breach Debacle


"One hundred thousand taxpayers' SSNs and sensitive personal data -- a virtual treasure trove for identity thieves -- was taken," said Secure Channels CEO Richard Blech. Given that 200,000 or so accounts were hit, the IRS "is apparently lacking security alert systems for being breached, proper authentication using multiple biometric factors, and deep encryption for all customer-sensitive data."
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Re: Phone Bill Auditing Can Save Serious Money 2  shiyas   2015-05-31 22:32:53 
Re: FBI to Dig Into IRS Data Breach Debacle 3  UlfMattsson   2015-05-29 12:53:30 
Please respond all of you who have been suspended by ebay wrongly 293  Braxybear   2015-05-21 05:16:58 
Re: IBM Aims to Harness Internet of Things 3  hurged   2015-04-14 02:44:25 
Re: EC Greases Its Google Antitrust Gears 2  Pat-rights   2015-04-10 21:08:32 
Re: Google Glass Should Stay Gone 3  ssarull   2015-03-30 22:16:39 
Re: Amazon Rolls Its Shopping Carts Onto Twitter's Turf 2  Zoplay   2015-03-30 03:30:23 
Re: Get Ready for Self-Driving Autos to Wreak Disruption 2  americaontheskids   2015-03-09 13:03:52 
Re: A123 Lawsuit Asserts Apple in Cahoots With Its Ex-Engineer 2  nuby000   2015-02-20 16:18:21 
Re: Auto Insurance? Just Google It 2  LJSnooper   2015-02-15 22:14:12 
Re: Google Calls In Legal Eagles in MPAA Piracy Skirmish 2  boom229   2015-01-26 13:51:35 
Re: Report: Dumb Password Use on the Decline 2  mg9800   2015-01-22 11:43:55 
Re: Instacart Bags $220 Million 2  cgovrik   2015-01-21 01:14:17 
Re: Feds Struggle to Keep Up With Digital Access Demand 2  audreyzack   2015-01-15 23:04:59 
Re: Priceline: Flawed or Fraud? 85  sunish_v_nair   2015-01-13 20:50:07 
Re: IT's 10 Steps to IoT Success 2  Sankarvenkatesh   2015-01-13 19:08:32 
Re: Online Ad Scams, Part 2: Fighting Back 2  karycat   2015-01-12 00:17:38 
Re: Samsung, Apple Kick Off Round Eleventy in Patent Fight 2  iKure   2015-01-08 09:15:01 
How to handle bad buyers! 1  ChristinaC   2015-01-08 05:02:15 
Re: Phishing Scam Ensnares eBay Shoppers 3  AstonishedByCrime814   2015-01-07 09:35:00 

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