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About to Buy a Smart Home or Install Smart Technology in Your Current Home?
Do you have a smart home? In a smart home you can monitor, track, and control various appliances, devices, and gadgets through the Internet using an a…
Watch Out for These Twists on Phishing
If you have been online for any length of time, you have heard about phishing. Phishing uses a variety of methods to obtain your personal and financia…
Your Smartphone. Attacked.
Your smartphone—right now—is probably the focus of scammers and hackers. Fraudsters who used to focus on attacking your PC are now a lot …
About the Marriott-owned Starwood Hotels Breach
On November 30th, Marriott International announced that the Starwood reservation system had been breached and the personal information of up to 500 mi…
10 Principles for Online Privacy
These helpful principles are developed by the "Teaching Privacy" project from the International Computer Science Institute and the University of Cal…
What You Need to Know About the Facebook Breach
In late September, Facebook announced that a security breach was discovered on September 25th that affected almost 50 million accounts. The hackers st…
Need a Crash Course in Online Safety?
Are you on your computer, smartphone or tablet all the time? If so, chances are you can really benefit from this crash course in upping your online "s…
Improve Your Web Browsing with These Tips
The Internet can be wonderful with lots of information and entertainment at your fingertips. But users can be annoyed or frustrated by items on web si…
How Brushing Scams Can Swipe You under the Carpet!
Have you seen our recent video on whether you can trust online reviews or not...? With brushing scams coming into play, the answer is a plain "no."
Should You—As a Teen—Be Worried About Privacy on the Web?
Anything you post on the web will likely stay there forever. Especially on social networks. Use the tips in this video to keep your personal and pri…
It's More Than Facebook! Protect Your Data with These Tips
Your data is a hot commodity. It's not just Facebook that is collecting your data. Many other sites, companies, and advertisers do, too. Whether it's …
Can You Trust Online Reviews?
Follow the tips in this video to find your path to trustworthy online reviews.
10 Principles for Your Online Privacy
We hear about hacks, data leaks and other online scams pretty much on daily basis. If you think this couldn't affect you, think again!
It's Time to Review Your Facebook Privacy Settings
How often do you check your Facebook privacy and security settings? With the recent revelation that data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica acquired p…
What You Need to Know About the Meltdown and Spectre Computer Chip Flaws
In early January, researchers announced two flaws in computer chips known as central processing units (CPUs). CPUs are what makes our digital devices …
Enhance Your Online Privacy and Security with These Tips
There are many threats to your online privacy and security. Some of these threats include advertisers and businesses tracking you and thieves trying t…
Should You Get an Ad Blocker?
The good and the bad about ad blockers: the software that removes ads and avoids malware and things. But is it all good?
Staying up to Date
Should you keep your device's operating system up to date? If you don’t, you may be putting your personal and financial information at risk! This …
Are You (and Your Money) Safe on Facebook?
Facebook is laden with phishing scams and malware by crooks trying to steal your personal and financial information. Stop it cold!
More Ransomware! Here's What You Need to Do
Ransomware attacks are becoming more frequent and they are targeting more and more computers. Ransomware prevents access to files on a computer usuall…
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