It is all too easy for children to “friend” people on Facebook that they, or you as the parent, have very little knowledge of. Now this stranger has access to all kinds of information on your child. What can you do to protect your family?
Imagine using a “Candidate Prediction” web tool in order to pick the right candidate for the job. Is this where modern technology is heading? How much can we learn about someone using just the internet?
The original Patriot Act was passed October 26, 2001. Since then, it has changed the way we look at Internet privacy – both personally and in the business world. By understanding the Patriot Act and what it means for Internet privacy, you can protect yourself and your co-workers’ privacy better.
Ever found yourself at the business end of a negative review or comment? You probably know how much they can sting! But what is the best course of action you can take? What if you’re the target of a smear campaign? Here we’ll provide you with tips for dealing with negative publicity gracefully.
While the holidays are generally a time for giving and sharing, and considered a time to let goodwill towards loved ones shine, the people devoted to using the Internet as a license to steal are not taking a holiday.
With the threat of online attacks seemingly targeted at specific businesses and organizations, the FCC has taken the unprecedented step of providing guidance to small and medium businesses across the USA.
The E-Parasite Act addresses the matter of protecting creative material on the Internet. The government wants to extend copyright laws to the point of violating our First Amendment rights. If these laws pass, what will come next?
Google is nothing if not innovative, and they’re rebounding with a new shot at claiming a piece of the big music market. Given Google’s missteps in the past, what exactly does this mean for the average user?
Whether you’re a big fan of Gmail or use it out of necessity, you should be pretty happy to find that the slightly tired-looking user interface has finally been updated with a choice of slick and functional new styles. But what else has changed?
Google is rolling out yet another new feature that might change the way we use the web. If you regularly comment on articles with Facebook or Disqus your thoughts are about to be unwrapped for all the world to see as they begin to appear in Google search engine results pages…
Google knows everything about you – or at least stuff that you wouldn’t expect it to know. Whether you use services provided by the search giant or not, the fact is that things are getting a little out of hand. So I wrote the once exciting tech start-up a letter expressing my concerns…
Google discontinued Google Notebook and Google Desktop as part of a “fall/spring clean" in 2011. Google has always been known for working on a large number of products at once. Notebook and Desktop fell by the wayside as Google continued to focus on a smaller number of more polished products.
Google’s power is easy to understand. They’re a fundamental part of the Internet as we know it, and a massive company with a lot of money to throw around. After a bit of a delay, they’re now getting around to using that power to twist governments and public opinion to meet their needs.
How much of the basic web design practices are you really aware of? You do not have to remain in suspense over this. You can take this beginner web design quiz and know for certain just where you rate as a web designer.
While it may seem like cybercrime is too big of a thing to fight, police officers around the world are making big strikes against some of the worst offenders. If you want a little bit of hope, or just a few stories of large anti-cybercrime actions, look inside.