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Information Technology Privacy and Security Tips to help educate and prepare you online.
Last week we showed you how to view and download your Google search history. Here’s a look at how to delete that data and other settings to double check.
Facebook is notorious for poor privacy, and after you up load your photo a few times, it’ll recognize it and anyone who uploads your photo, it gets tagged.
Facebook doesn’t have a very good reputation when it comes to privacy and security, but the company is trying to change that with its Privacy Checkup tool.
Staying anonymous one the web can be tough, but to keeping your private data secure. With the help of Tor Browser, anonymity will no longer be an issue.
This week Facebook announced that it’s going to start using all of your app and website history and serve up more targeted ads. Here’s how to stop it.
Maintaining your privacy online is part of an overall computing security strategy. Here’s some Chrome extensions that will help stay private and secure.
Without thinking about it, a lot of times we allow Facebook apps to have a lot of control over our information, including posting for us. Here’s how to stop it.
If you want to start taking control of your privacy on Facebook – the best you can anyway – you can delete your search history. Here’s how it’s done.
Apps rely on access to your Twitter and Facebook data to work. Of course you need to authorize them, but it’s a one time deal, and often forgotten.
Today we take a close look at a free product called Epic Privacy Browser which works hard to protect you online. Continue reading for all the details.
Google Shared Endorsements is a new monetization strategy by Google where it uses its data about its users to sell stuff. Here’s how to disable it.
Androids new callerID system hooks into Google+ and other Google services to pull up relevant information on the caller. If you’d rather your number not be attached to this directory here is the easiest way to disable it once it becomes the new default.
How unique are you to websites you browse on the internet? Do you blend in with all of the other users or are you someone who stands out and is easily identifiable?