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By Nate Lord
You as an individual, have a lot at stake when it comes to data privacy. Here are some inexpensive steps you can take to help protect your data: shred documents, make sure to secure your home wifi network, don't automatically provide your Social Security number, use strong, unique passwords, regularly assess the privacy settings on your social media accounts, and so on. A useful list is here...
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Google Help You to Stop Phishing With a Quick Test
Phishing is very common in your email input box, it's an attempt to trick you by pretending to be someone you know, but identifying phishing can be harder than you think. We have all seen the emails from the Nigerian prince asking for you to help make a financial transaction, or a friend trapped overseas who desperately needs financial help. Can you tell what’s fake quickly? Check out this short quiz from google ...
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Hackers spread ISIS propaganda by hijacking Twitter accounts
An investigation from TechCrunch found that the impacted accounts appear to have been overtaken in recent days and weeks after years of inactivity; Twitter is implying that it's email providers like Yahoo and Hotmail, which deactivate accounts and recycle email addresses, that are part of the problem...
By Christopher Carbone  View Source  
Melania Trump girl-on-girl photos from racy shoot revealed
Asked about the photos, Donald Trump said: Melania was one of the most successful models, and she did many photo shoots, including for covers and major magazines. This was a picture taken for a European magazine prior to my knowing Melania. In Europe, pictures like this are very fashionable and common....
By Isabel Vincent  View Source  
Facebook Confirms Hackers Steal Data of Millions of Users
Facebook said that 50 million users were affected in recent hacking at first time, but now shrink to 30 million as the final number. Is it a good news? I don't think so. The positive point is Facebook has now confirmed that actually over 29 million users were in hackers' hands. What we can is to expect Facebook, the great company can do right things to protect our privacy, if our data aren't in that 30 millions in luck. There is a list showing what your information may be stolen...
By Anmol  View Source