Online tools such as VPNs, web browsers, and search engines directly impact your online security. Continue reading to find some of the tools I always recommend.
Do you remember when I told you that your smartphone is always listening? It is always listening. It sends your data directly to Apple and, consequently, the US Government. Now, anyone
This headline comes from #FakeNews Bloomberg via Fake News Yahoo. “Face-Reading AI Will Tell Police When Suspects Are Hiding Truth.” Your government wants to know if you know something
Have you ever turned off your phone camera’s location settings? If not, chances are that you’re photo includes the location where it was taken.
Thanks to Facebook, online security and offline security have merged.
Facebook now has the ability to monitor what you do, even when you’re away from your computer or smartphone.
If you’ve not yet throttled your use of popular social networks, you need to. Don’t trust social networks.
Surely, by now, you’ve learned that Google, Facebook, and Apple are always listening to you. Additionally, they save everything they hear,
Is there a more evil, diabolical, sinister company than Facebook? I’m weary of the continuous dripping of new facts that make the leading social network scarier than ever.
While many small businesses have yet to seriously consider online security, their larger peers are gaining the upper hand. According to IDC, business spending on security in 2019 will surpass $103 billion.
Marketing firms outsource some of their work to an email verification firm that validates email addresses and collects information about the owner of each address.
Sometimes discussions about online security get way too complicated. Frenzied business owners worry about everything from phishing to ransomware.
Did you feel relieved when the Trump Regime claimed to end a national security phone access program? If so, your government let you down. Again.
Connecting to a paid VPN can help you stay safe and anonymous online. However, thanks to fingerprinting, your online activities may still be traceable back to you.
Do you want to know why Big Tech gets away with its well-publicized abuses? The answer’s easy: Big Brother is Big Tech. There’s no simpler way to explain it.
Tell everyone you know to avoid free VPN services. Bottom line: A free VPN isn’t free. To illustrate this point, consider Onavo Protect, a fake VPN offered by Facebook.
At least one company, Microbilt, “is selling phone geolocation services with little oversight to a spread of different private industries,
What are the best VPNs for school? I’m glad you asked. Here you will learn:
How to get around the VPN service page on campus. Why ExpressVPN for school can change your life
What is ScanGuard? ScanGuard is a program marketed as antivirus software. The app claims to have more than a million installed users.