A whopping two-thirds of secondhand USB drives contain recoverable data from the previous owner, including some highly sensitive and personal information, according to a new study.
Do you hate picking up your phone and hearing an automated voice on the other end?
An emerging trend on Instagram has experts raising a few eyebrows.
As President Trump gets set to sign an executive order directing federal agencies to prioritize research and development in artificial intelligence, tech giants such as Google, Microsoft and others are warning about the risks AI may hold.
Å“Hello! Please don’t hang upÂ¦ did you know that you could save a bundle onÂ¦? This is a robocall, another automated telemarketer. Nowadays, robocalls make up 50 percent of all phone calls made. Robocallers, according to one source, spammed us wi…
I go places with the guys that I don’t want my wife to know. I heard that Google still tracks you even if you turn off location services â€œ and this means my wife knows. Is there anything I can do?
A mysterious Twitter bug has been linked to suspicious activity from China and Saudi Arabia. Continue reading →
Unwanted calls are often harmless but some are after your credit card information, IDs or passwords. All are a distraction and a waste of your time. Continue reading →
A Facebook software flaw may have exposed the photos of 6.8 million users to a much wider audience than intended, the social network confirmed Friday. Continue reading →
Google is in the gutter again with users and privacy advocates, in the same week the tech giant’s C.E.O is defending the company to skeptical lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Continue reading →
Google has been by slammed by a New Zealand lawmaker after the tech giant reportedly published the name of the suspect in the murder of British backpacker Grace Millane. Continue reading →
Embattled Google CEO Sundar Pichai, amid allegations of anti-conservative bias and privacy violations on the platform, plans to tell the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday that his company supports federal privacy legislation and diverse viewpoints. Continue reading →
The Justice Department is probing whether crimes were committed when potentially millions of people’s identities were posted to the Federal Communication Commission’s website — without their permission — in comments about net neutrality rules. Continue reading →
A Florida man is facing jail time for stealthily recording pornographic videos and running a subscription website. Continue reading →
Is there an OS that doesn’t report back to Big Tech? I don’t want to use the Windows or Mac operating system. Continue reading →
You might want to think twice about uploading all those baby photos. Continue reading →
I heard you say that vets can get internet access for $10/month. I looked at my provider’s website and did not see that plan. Continue reading →
You need to assume that your password isn’t strong enough. You might as well believe that someone, somewhere, is working around the clock to break into your accounts and steal your money, your identity, and anything else you have. Because it’s essentia… Continue reading →
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More than Over 81,000 Facebook accounts in the Ukraine, Russia, United Kingdom, United States, and Brazil have been compromised, with their private messages published and possibly sold. Continue reading →