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Pity, really.
  • I always thought it was warez as in "wears". My understanding is it was short for "softwares" or something. Take the end, add a dash of 1337sp34k and you get warez.

    Maybe I'm wrong.

  • ICBC ordered to pay damages for privacy breach

    A B.C. Supreme Court judge has awarded damages to nearly 80 ICBC customers whose personal data was leaked in a privacy breach linked to a series of attacks in the Lower Mainland....

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    www.engadget.com Spotify is raising the cost of Premium subscriptions, again

    Spotify announces price hikes less than a year after its last ones.

    Spotify is raising the cost of Premium subscriptions, again

    Spotify is officially raising its Premium subscription rates in the US come July, following reports of the move in April. The platform is increasing its Individual plan from $11 to $12 monthly and its Duo plan from $15 to $17 monthly — the same jump as last year's $1 and $2 price hikes, respectively. However, its Family plan is going up by a whopping $3, increasing from $17 to $20 monthly. The only subscribers getting a break are students, who will continue to pay $6 monthly.

    Spotify announced the price hikes less than a year after its previous one last July. Before that, Spotify hadn't raised its fees since launching a decade and a half ago. I guess it was too optimistic to hope the next increase would also take that long, especially with Spotify's continued focus (and money dump) on audiobooks.

    Premium subscribers should receive an email from Spotify in the next month detailing the price hike and providing a link to cancel their plan if they would prefer to do so. Users currently on a trial period for Spotify will get one month at $11 after it ends before being moved up to a $12 monthly fee.

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    www.bleepingcomputer.com Meta rolls out default end-to-end encryption on Messenger, Facebook

    Meta has announced that the immediate availability of end-to-end encryption for all chats and calls made through the Messenger app, as well as the Facebook social media platform.

    Meta rolls out default end-to-end encryption on Messenger, Facebook
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    Sony’s PlayStation Portal is now available in Canada for $269

    mobilesyrup.com Sony's PlayStation Portal is now available in Canada for $269

    It sports an 8-inch LCD with 1080p resolution at 60fps alongside DualSense controller buttons on both sides.

    Sony's PlayStation Portal is now available in Canada for $269
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