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Why John McAfee Is Paranoid About Mobile
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PZav
PZav,
User Rank: Author
8/19/2014 | 6:36:01 PM
Re: Interesting
Interesting criticism, John Mcafee has built a billion dollar security giant in his lifetime, is asked to speak all over the world (accept Belize) and consults some of the world's largest companies.  Also, since your interested in my career--I've also been featured on Wired and contributed to another article released on Tech News World today...so actually this isn't my first article.  Thank you for reading!

 
Thomas Claburn
Thomas Claburn,
User Rank: Ninja
8/19/2014 | 6:27:28 PM
Re: Interesting
Why is John McAfee paranoid about mobile? Because men in the dark glasses are watching.
InfoSec14
InfoSec14,
User Rank: Apprentice
8/19/2014 | 2:11:19 PM
Interesting
The very first article you write is about John McAfee which really isn't about McAfee?

The man peddles apps for smart phones and then says dump your smart phone. His solution is not a solution is it? He reminds me of the saying, "If you can't dazzle them with your brilliance then baffle them with Bullsh!t".

Your article was long winded and not on point and failed to become relevant.
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