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Mobile Sharing Safety Tips

Mobile Sharing Safety Tips

In a recent study carried out by the Pew Internet and American Life Project, about 81 percent respondents said they use their phone to send or receive text messages, and 83 percent use it to take pictures. In fact, these were the far more popular use of cell phones; at distant third was accessing the Internet, which 59 percent of the respondents said they did. While this study was done on people t... Read More »

Heartbleed; Explaining Internet Safety to Children

Heartbleed; Explaining Internet Safety to Children

There’s has been lot of news recently about Internet vulnerability called Heartbleed which was recently discovered. Without delving too much into the technical details, this vulnerability caused many sties to possibly expose vital personal information that people submitted to those websites. This includes social networks, shopping sites, email services, gaming sites, and music streaming services, ... Read More »

Finding and Using Safe Internet Content

Finding and Using Safe Internet Content

In this day and era it is really easy to write some information- whether true or false. If writing is easy, sharing is far much easier than learning the English alphabet all over again. Sharing information with a mass audience is a matter of just clicking a button and the content will travel across the world and back in a few seconds. How would life be without the internet? In as much as the inter... Read More »

Identity Theft Protection Tips

Identity Theft Protection Tips

Identity theft affects more than 11 million victims in the U.S. annually. With $21 billion in financial losses attributed to identity theft in 2013, there are ways to protect yourself from becoming a victim. One of the first steps to making sure your identity and credit haven’t been compromised is to check your credit report. You can check your score up to three times per year at https://www... Read More »

Why Government can’t Prevent ID Theft

Why Government can’t Prevent ID Theft

The law enforcement department’s slogan “To Serve and Protect” has quite a nice ring to it. The truth is, while that slogan is honorable, the government cannot really protect everyone all the time. Law enforcement may have the best intentions but we cannot really expect them to keep an eye on all of us. Also, it is not exactly the law enforcement force’s job to protect ever... Read More »

ID Theft and Caller ID Spoofing

ID Theft and Caller ID Spoofing

Caller ID service is susceptible to a fraud known as caller ID spoofing which is the method of causing a telephone to show a false number on the recipient’s caller ID. This is possible because the parcular telephone network is fooled into showcasing the fake number due to several flaws that occur within the technology that deals with Caller ID.Caller ID spoofing has the ability to make it lo... Read More »

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