(Tech News) In the past year, the top 5 browsers have had over 186 vulnerabilities; from malicious URLs to cyber infections: what do you really know about your browser?
(Tech News) The White House has announced a handful of bills aimed directly at protecting consumers as they navigate the web.
(Social Media) Instagram recently patched a hole in their users' privacy settings. Up until this patch some users photos, even though marked private, were quite public.
(Tech News) There are advantages and disadvantages to using an anonymous chat client - do you know the reasons for and power of a tool of this nature? If you're in business, you should.
(Tech News) When you download an app, do you know if it will violate your privacy, or if your information is safe? Here's how to find the answer.
(Tech News) For users of one browser, Comcast is making assumptions about their use and threatening to end their contract, which could leave many without any internet options.
(Tech News) Whether you did it on purpose or not, you've given people access to documents on your Google Drive account, so who all has eyes inside of your account?
(Social Media) Facebook has updated the privacy settings for the account defaults, but it is not a privacy fail-safe; you still need to take action.
(Tech News) The Heartbleed bug has nabbed headlines for weeks, but has it actually done damage to anyone? It depends on who you ask...
(Tech News) Getty Images is now offering millions of free professional photos for your site, but the Terms of Service outline some catches you must know about.
(Tech News) If you're in danger, or feel like your privacy has been violated, this is the complete guide to quickly pulling the plug on your digital presence once and for all.
(Tech News) Google Chrome is well regarded as one of the best web browsers around, but not everything you do is as private as you may think.
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