Computer dating secrets
That’s because everyone you contact becomes a member of your network: Most of those people may not profile as “business” or “professional” contacts, per se, but they’re part of your network and thus your professional life.
In fact, even if you’re on mat leave, still in college, backpacking, vacationing, parenting, socializing or otherwise wearing your “non-career” hat, the contact you make may influence your future career and business. I wrote this article on common email address mistakes because of a random discovery on Linked In.
But then I saw something that shocked me even more.
Here are six of the biggest secrets and pieces of information yet to emerge from the huge dump.
The US intelligence agency has been involved in a concerted effort to write various kinds of malware to spy on just about every piece of electronic equipment that people use.
Perhaps central to that is the accusation that the CIA was "hoarding" exploits that it had found – rather than handing them over to the companies that could fix them, and so make users safe, as they had promised to do.
Such bugs were found in the biggest consumer electronics in the world, including phones and computers made Apple, Google and Microsoft.