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Reblog Mondays E6: Facebook Tracks Non-Users Via Android Apps

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We all know that Facebook is an absolute menace to our privacy, through their company policies as well as the way they encourage us to share our PII and categorize it in an absurdly hackable way. In case you didn’t know, here’s some light reading for you. 5 SharesShare2Pin2Share1+1TweetShareShareRedditVotePocket

63 Tips for Improving Your Online Security

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Living a connected life can definitely have its perks: what feels like limitless access to learning and entertainment, the ability to engage with global communities, and shopping from the comfort of your couch. But these benefits also have their dark side: an increased chance of breaches of privacy from marketers and politicians and threats from […]

Is Facebook Putting You At Risk?

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Of course it is, who am I kidding? Since the fall of Myspace, Facebook has been a solid fixture in our society. More recently, however, thanks to its dicey role in scandals (elections or otherwise), Facebook’s user numbers have been on the decline. But perhaps you’re still on Facebook? If so, you may be endangering […]

12 Days of Christmas

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Today is the first of December and since this is a brand new blog, I would like to spend this holiday season giving you, my readers, plenty of new content to check out on the page. 102 SharesPin101Share1+1ShareTweetShareShareRedditVotePocket