Facebook and privacy

Is there such a thing as privacy on Facebook? Seeing how everything that you post or gets posted about you (or that you get tagged in) is public knowledge, unless you do something about it, the answer is as with most social media: it depends on how you use it.

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The Art of Data Wiping on Mobile Devices

Electronics sellers, especially of handheld computing devices, must exercise vigilance in removing their personal files before putting them in the online market. We can show you how.

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Ghostery: A Tool that Stops Trackers

Ghostery is available on their website for many browsers and operating systems. In this article, we took a closer look at this extension for Chrome.

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Microsoft’s Pledge to Remain Simple, Transparent, and Protective

Microsoft has started sending out notification emails regarding their updated Services Agreement and Privacy Statement, which will take effect on August 1.

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Draftback: Sensible Sharing Pays Off

A new Chrome extension is raising some eyebrows, but there’s no need to panic. Follow some basic sharing advice and you’ll be fine.

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