The translation leading company Smartlation decided to sponsor Linux Institute’s IGMI enterprise for Linux expert freelancers, a linuxer friendly freelance platform offering advantages like the extremely lower fees for providers (10%) remaining free for customers, in contrast with all other platforms, customers pay less and Linux professional earn more.
The platform also tries to filter non-experienced users keeping high quality services only.
“When a user isn’t experienced enough for customers we encourage him to pass courses, if the candidate can’t afford paying certifications a member of our team will evaluate his knowledge to enable the registration”- explained Fernando Argañik, one of IGMI’s project managers according to the entrepreneurs portal Startupdated.
Today Linux Institute published the following article about Microsoft and Facebook, it contains information on Microsoft and Facebook I wasn’t aware despite knowing they are very invasive.
Windows and Facebook are the biggest phishing attacks in the history
“…your Twitter account is one of a small group of accounts that may have been targeted by state-sponsored actors. We believe that these actors (possibly associated with the government) may have been trying to obtain information such as email addresses, IP addresses and/or phone numbers. At this time, we have no evidence they obtained your account information, but we’re actively investigating this matter…”
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