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What You Need to Know About FaceApp's Controversial Terms of Service

July 18, 2019

What You Need to Know About FaceApp's Controversial Terms of Service
The internet is astir with news surrounding the application FaceApp. The AI app recently went viral for its ability to take a selfie and age it, allowing people to see what they’ll look like in their old age. The app has also spurred privacy concerns, many focusing on the fact that their terms and conditions […] Read more
Privacy Tip of the Week: Using Multiple Web Browsers to Protect Privacy

July 16, 2019

Privacy Tip of the Week: Using Multiple Web Browsers to Protect Privacy
Web browsers are your portal to the internet. They allow you to access and search the world of online information, stay connected with people halfway around the globe, work from anywhere, and more. While it’s often more convenient to use a single browser for everything, there are several good reasons to use multiple web browsers […] Read more
What You Should Know Before Searching Your Name Online: 10 Privacy Tips

July 11, 2019

What You Should Know Before Searching Your Name Online: 10 Privacy Tips
It’s a good idea to search for your name online every once in a while. This allows you to stay on top of any privacy breaches or bad press that could end up negatively impacting your future. But before searching away, there are a few things to keep in mind to get the most out […] Read more
Privacy Tip of the Week: Remove Yourself From Email Lists

July 9, 2019

Privacy Tip of the Week: Remove Yourself From Email Lists
Sometimes an email list is helpful. Businesses can use them to send you coupons, organizations can use them to send you news. Sometimes email lists are annoying. Companies may send you several emails a day that clutter your inbox with spam. And sometimes, email lists are insidious vessels of viruses that may be dangerous if […] Read more
Hacker's Game: 10 Things Hollywood Got Wrong About Computer Hacking

July 4, 2019

Hacker's Game: 10 Things Hollywood Got Wrong About Computer Hacking
We’ve all seen it in the movies: a hacker hunches over his computer in a darkened room. He’s wearing a dark sweater with the hood pulled up, there’s often a can of Red Bull nearby. And suddenly, the heroes of the film realize they’re being hacked and they deploy their own computer expert to desperately […] Read more
9 Steps to Reduce Your Digital Footprint

June 27, 2019

9 Steps to Reduce Your Digital Footprint
Using the internet is like walking through a patch of mud. No matter where you go, you leave behind a footprint that others can see. While this can help you stay connected with a larger world, it also puts your personal information on display, which reduces your security and privacy online. When some people learn […] Read more
Privacy Tip of the Week: Erase Your Browsing History

June 25, 2019

Privacy Tip of the Week: Erase Your Browsing History
Your browser typically collects three types of data: your search history, your download history, and your cookies. In many cases, each type is built to make browsing more convenient for you. Your search history is a list of the websites you’ve visited. It comes in handy to quickly find an article you want to read […] Read more
The Pros and Cons of Using a Private Search Engine

June 20, 2019

The Pros and Cons of Using a Private Search Engine
Private search engines are a safer alternative to traditional search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. Their main goal is, well, exactly what it seems: to protect the privacy of their users. However, many people are hesitant to make the switch to a new search provider because they worry that they will lose the convenience […] Read more
Privacy Tip of the Week: Turn Off Autofill

June 18, 2019

Privacy Tip of the Week: Turn Off Autofill
Like with most modern technology, autofill evolved to make our lives more convenient. Instead of filling in sign in or check out credentials from scratch every time, most browsers offer the option to save your information. This allows them to automatically input your details into online forms on your behalf. But, with many technologies, the […] Read more
What's the Big Deal With Two-Factor Authentication and Why Should You Use It?

June 13, 2019

What's the Deal With Two-Factor Authentication & Why Should You Use It?
We use the internet for almost everything. Emails, banking, social media, work, and anything in between. By having our lives online, we put our personal lives on the line. Hacks and breaches of data happen every day and if your information is stolen in those attacks, the results can be devastating. However, there are certain […] Read more