Hacking your holiday: how cyber criminals are increasingly targeting the tourism market

SPECIAL FEATURE: A staggering 3.9 billion malicious login attempts occurred during the last year against sites belonging to airlines, cruise lines, hotels, online travel, automotive rental and transport organisations.

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Top reasons why every expat needs a VPN

You can work anywhere in the world as long as you have a good internet connection. Because of this, having a VPN is an absolute must to keep you connected to what you love and stay safe while doing it.

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Who is Elon Musk? Five quick facts about the entrepreneur of our time

We all know him for Tesla cars and most recently his SpaceX exploits. But there’s more to the American based South African businessman and dreamer who wants to change the world and beyond.

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Facebook scandal: We need to talk about the data we give freely of ourselves online and why it’s useful

OPINION & ANALYSIS: In light of the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook data harvesting scandal, how should your social media data be accessed and used by researchers?

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#MeTourism: the hidden costs of selfie tourism

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Narcissism, Machiavellianism and psychopathy. Selfie tourism is changing the experience of traveling for many people – and not necessarily in a positive way.

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The Bitcoin bubble – how we know it will burst

The price of Bitcoin shows explosive behaviour. We see the price moving upwards in a manner that is not related to the technical underpinnings. It is a clear bubble.

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Tops on Instagram: the most popular photos, celebrities, cities and hashtags of 2017

This year three celebrities dominated the top 10 most-liked Instagram photos. Can you guess who they are? Plus, which hashtags and cities did we post the most?

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How seriously should Australian SMEs take data protection?

OPINION & ANALYSIS: In the footsteps of Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation, could Australia’s businesses be next in line for heavier data protection regulation? What might this mean for Australian SMEs?

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Australian companies should cultivate local tech workers not play the 457 visa game

OPINION & ANALYSIS: The threat posed by government changes to the 457 visa system have been largely overblown.

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What are the most popular online games in Australia?

Online gaming is a big trend in Australia. So what are the most popular games of the moment?

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Branson backs futuristic ‘faster than a plane’ Hyperloop train to go from London to Edinburgh in just 50 minutes

Inspired by Elon Musk and now driven by Virgin and Richard Branson, the revolutionary Hyperloop technology is set to transform transport across the UK and around the world.

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Becoming a digital nomad: expectations v reality

Taking advantage of technology to work and therefore work from anywhere you like is one of the best sensations.

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How Uber can save its place in London’s taxi market

OPINION & ANALYSIS: How London plays out will be a litmus test for Dara Khosrowshahi’s proclaimed wish to step away from Uber’s toxic reputation.

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Explainer: what can Tesla’s giant South Australian battery achieve?

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Tesla’s battery is likely to be the first of many such storage installations. As more renewables enter the grid, more storage will be needed.

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We should levy Facebook and Google to fund journalism – here’s how

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Advertising once paid for muscular news organisations in the private sector. It doesn’t any more. The dominance of Google and Facebook now poses a real challenge to the continued existence of a robust fourth estate.

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