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Information Technology Privacy and Security Tips to help educate and prepare you online.
Signal is an iOS, Android (and Windows) app that helps you keep your chats and voice calls private, encrypted and away from potential snoopers.
Google keeps recordings of all of your voice activity using “OK Google”. Searches, voice dictations, commands are all saved. Here’s how to delete them all.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow features a new way to manage permissions for each of your apps specifically. Here’s a look at this improvement and how it works.
We all know the importance of keeping our PC secure from viruses and other security threats. But, the weakest link in personal security is the human factor.
Every week, we’re reading stories about compromised corps and websites. For many of us, the worst break-ins are stolen passwords. A change is needed!
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.