Ask my family what Net Neutrality means to them and they’ll think we’re talking about a new summer blockbuster, not the promise of an open and free internet. What is Net Neutrality and what does it mean to YOU? Read on for the latest developments.
Google Inbox has been available in preview form for a few months now. After using it during this time, I’ve grown to rather enjoy the fresh take on mailbox management.
You want to prevent unsavory characters from accessing your important online accounts and you know better than using “password” or “123456,” but what constitutes a truly “good” password? Using a combination of features can give you added protection.
Two-step verification mandates that you– or anyone else attempting to access the account in question– possess two pieces of information. Learn the benefits and typical methods of this added level of security.
Losing your cell phone is stressful enough, but when you need it in order to log in to an account that requires two-step authentication, your stress goes to a whole new level. The good news is you may be able to use one of several alternative methods to recover your account.
There are several anonymous browsing sites available (Tor being one) that can be very useful for legal purposes, but are often used for illegal purposes as well. What are some solutions to this issue?
“Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” –Benjamin Franklin, 1789
In the Digital Age, it’s surprising to run into businesses or individuals without their own websites. Usually, people suspect that building a website is difficult and expensive, so they never bother to try. In reality, it’s a lot easier, and cheaper, than you probably think.
Edward Snowden recently leaked information that detailed two government programs that were operating in secret. One was the phone records of millions of Verizon customers, and another was a program called PRISM, where the government followed individual’s electronic communications.
You may not have thought much about how much of your information is tracked online, but the results may be startling. Find out what Facebook knows about you by accessing your Facebook data.