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John McAfee, in partnership with the start-up Etransfr, have released a smartphone app called Chadder (pronounced "chatter") that enables end-to-end IM encryption.
Software tycoon John McAfee announced a device that would stop government surveillance agencies from hacking your phones. Dubbed "Decentral", he claims every college student will be lining up for one.
The life of the rich and eccentric McAfee software company founder John McAfee will now be the subject of two movies; one authorized by McAfee and the other based on a Wired magazine article.
McAfee founder John McAfee is now back in the US after being kicked out of Guatemala Wednesday night and now says he played the "crazy card" in order to get the media to notice his issue with Belize.
McAfee antivirus company founder John McAfee now admits he wants to return to his native United States, a few days after he was arrested in Guatemala. He could still be moved to Belize.
McAfee antivirus company founder John McAfee may have suffered from a heart attack in Guatemala, where he was in jail awaiting possible deportation to Belize to answer questions in a murder case.
In what seems like almost daily new twists in the John McAfee saga where he is being sought for questioning by the Belize government over a murder inquiry, now an alibi video has been posted online.
John McAfee, the eccentric founder of the McAfee antivirus company, has admitted he is now in Guatemala after escaping from the country of Belize where the police want to question him in a murder case
In a whacky turn of events, anti-virus pioneer John McAfee has been arrested in a SWAT-style raid in Belize on charges of drug manufacturing and possession of illegal weapons, claims he calls 'bogus.'