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Read the fine print: Terms of service, privacy policies and the power of knowledge

It’s the only way to know what you’re giving away. When you buy a new phone or install a new app, reading the boring (and often difficult to comprehend) privacy policies and terms of use are the last thing you … Continue reading

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Security & Privacy: Secure Your Computer with your Samsung Galaxy smartphone

You can secure your computer using your Samsung Galaxy phone. We’ll tell you how to do it, as well as whether you should do it or not. The post Security & Privacy: Secure Your Computer with your Samsung Galaxy smartphone … Continue reading

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Security & Privacy: Your Fingerprint isn’t your Password – and neither is your face or iris

Regardless of whether or not you’re one of the “paranoid” people who doesn’t want others snooping in their personal effects, your fingerprint, iris, face, or voice isn’t your password, and you’d be wise not to treat it as such. The … Continue reading

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How to manage the microphone and camera privacy settings on your Chromebook

Because nobody wants to accidentally see you in your underwear. The WebRTC protocol is a really cool thing. It’s that thing a website can do that lets you use your microphone and camera on any website without installing any extra … Continue reading

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Security & Privacy: Malware and Beyond – The Many Shapes of Device Security

Device security comes in many shapes and forms, each with its own strategy for mitigating threat vectors. Read to find out how to stay secure! The post Security & Privacy: Malware and Beyond – The Many Shapes of Device Security … Continue reading

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