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January 21, 2021

3 Tips for Safe and Sound Everyday Online Activities

Everyday online activities

Would you ever leave your wallet out in the open in the middle of a busy street? Probably not. Most of us have cash, credit cards, and some of our most valuable ID tucked away in those small slots and pockets. Risking wallet theft is enough to upend a life. But did you know that […] Read more

Limits to private browsing

January 19, 2021

Privacy Tip of the Week: Understand the Limits to Private Browsing
Almost everyone uses private, or incognito, browsing at some point in their digital lives. It’s a convenient feature that enhances your privacy online. Most commonly, users take advantage of private browsing to access adult-themed content, look up possibly embarrassing medical issues, or shop for loved ones without the surprise being given away. Unfortunately, many people […] Read more
Privacy Tip of the Week: Don't Use Incognito Mode

January 15, 2021

Privacy Tip of the Week: Don’t Use Incognito Mode
Watching a steamy video? Searching up an embarrassing medical question? Looking for that perfect gift that you need to keep secret? Most people hide their browser history with incognito mode. The name generates an expectation of privacy. However, going incognito online actually doesn’t protect you as much as you may believe. While the setting stops […] Read more
Trading Cryptocurrencies Safely

January 12, 2021

Privacy Tip of the Week: Tips for Trading Cryptocurrencies Safely
Cryptocurrency has been around for a few years now. For the uninitiated, cryptocurrency is a type of virtual money. Each unit of money is called a “coin,” or sometimes a “token.” Some of the most popular digital coins include Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin. This form of currency was developed mostly as a way to amass […] Read more
Digital experience

January 7, 2021

3 Ways a VPN Can Help Elevate Your Digital Experience
Virtual private networks are a remarkable tool used for keeping the online world safer for everyone. They protect users’ identities and free access to restricted content, both of which play key roles in keeping the World Wide Web free and accessible to anyone. In 2021, VPNs have become the main choice for good online security. […] Read more
Phone surveillance

December 24, 2020

Is My Smartphone Actually Listening to Me? The Lowdown on Phone Surveillance
We’ve all had the uncanny experience of saying something aloud, only to see ads for it pop up on our social media accounts and chase us around the web. It’s a common joke that our phones must have been listening, as a way of explaining the coincidence. But is it really a coincidence or are […] Read more
False information online

December 22, 2020

Privacy Tip of the Week: Learn to Spot False Information Online
Any internet user knows the digital world is rife with false information. It takes the form of spoofed articles, altered photos, fake videos, personal statuses, and more. Some of it is designed with malicious intent, to disrupt political processes, public health initiatives, and more. On the other hand, some false online information spreads simply because […] Read more
VPN Service Myths

December 17, 2020

Shedding Light on 4 VPN Service Myths
Virtual private networks have existed for more than two decades. Since their creation, they have evolved to become one of the most effective tools for privacy, security, and more online. Despite their many uses, there are a number of myths surrounding the technology. While these myths seem harmless at first glance, they often prevent the […] Read more
ereader privacy

December 15, 2020

Privacy Tip of the Week: Update Your eReader Privacy
More than 90 million people in the US access content such as books, magazines, and newspapers on ereader devices. They’re conveniently portable and readily accessible, with some of the biggest brands in the world offering their own variation of the tech. Some of the most popular models include Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes and Noble’s Nook, and […] Read more
Hardware and Software VPNs

December 10, 2020

The Difference Between Hardware and Software VPNs
A VPN (or virtual private network) is one of today’s must-have security features. If you use a VPN, you can browse the internet and conduct any online business without compromising your privacy or risking your data. You’ve probably heard of the importance of having a VPN but may not be sure if you should get […] Read more
Smart home assistant privacy

December 8, 2020

Privacy Tip of the Week: Increase Your Smart Home Assistant Privacy
We’re deep into the holiday shopping season, now that Black Friday has come and gone. Every year, technology serves as some of the most popular gift items. Phones, tablets, and more find their way under trees and into stockings. In addition, smart home devices like the Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa-enabled Echo, make great gifts […] Read more