Browsing All posts tagged under »privacy«

Keep your personal data safe

April 23, 2013

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What do you know about the data that’s in your computer and speeding around the internet. Here are some tips use a passcode on your mobile device ( it has more data than you’d want a stranger to access on it now) where is your personal information, it’s on those services you use automatically what can they […]

Turn off data leaks

August 21, 2012

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You give away personal data when you download apps. Mobilescope helps you understand what you’re giving up when you download. Every time you download an app, you pass a stream of data to the app’s maker. The developer might need that information for absolutely legitimate reasons, but wouldn’t you to at least like to know what […]

Privacy

August 19, 2012

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When it comes to consumer privacy, brands need to take the same type of personalized approach they do with direct marketing. via Infographic: Personalizing privacy – Direct Marketing News.

Secure login to Google

December 8, 2011

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When using a mobile device, with out a passcode try this. Get a  secure onetime pass word from Google. Related articles New Gmail Login Interface (techtimely.wordpress.com)

Want a stranger using your phone?

August 28, 2011

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What happens if your mobile device gets lost or someone just borrows it for a minute? It contains a list of your most recent phone calls and your contact list. It can be used to access Facebook or Linkedin. It may contain a list of your passwords to sites you visit regularly. Do you bank or […]