Is Twitter standing up for your rights or just branding?
Our email privacy laws are 30 years old. Why?
The six habits that are just common-sense security in the current year.
The worst has happened. Now what?
What is end-to-end encryption and what does it mean for your text messaging?
It can be hacked. So should you abandon it?
Supercookie tracking came at a high price for Verizon Wireless.
What if I told you that every mobile call you made could be tracked?
Low-tech is the new high-tech when it comes to scamming your personal information.
Why and how to monitor your child online
Find out what information carriers collect.
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The Mobile Phone is the ATM Card of the Future
Don’t let your good deed go bad by leaving your personal data exposed
Facebook friend lists allow you to avoid embarrassing oversharing
It’s a perfect time to tune up your security
You might not know it, but you probably already have a Google “About Me” page.
Most identity theft monitoring is something you may be able to manage on your own.
Here, some of the top online scams to beware of this holiday season.
It’s time to beef up your phone’s security.
Fall in love, not into a trap.
Surprise! It’s probably not that hard.
Corporate wellness programs can offer lots of perks savings, but what are you sacrificing in privacy?
When notable names like Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk write an open letter about “killer robots,” the world notices.
Tired of companies collecting data about you? Here’s how to opt out.
Scammers are always a step ahead, and their latest trick has just gotten a name
The simple things that can make you look bad to potential employers.
The Internet of Things just keeps getting more interesting -- and, hopefully, more secure.
DNA decoding services unlock genetic makeup -- but they could come at a cost.
An overview of Apple’s iOS 9 and why you should upgrade
Don’t miss the signs before major damage is done
Don’t let your child suffer through harassment. Take these steps to put an end to the trauma of cyberbullying.
The latest spin on a ransom note isn’t composed of letters clipped out of a newspaper.
From gadget security to backing up files, here are the top five security practices your kids need to make habit when starting up the new school year.
Looking for a social network that doesn’t own and sell your data? Here are a few -- and the potential drawbacks of using them
Your baby is so adorable you just can’t resist sharing all that cuteness with others. But the photos, videos and information you post now can follow your little one for life. Here’s what you should know.
Windows 10 is here, and it will make your data safer.
The social site relies on your sense of curiosity and sympathy to con you into clicks. Here’s how to avoid spreading the hoax.
Think it’s cute that your kid’s toy says her name? Think again.
With identity theft on the rise, do you need to spend money to protect yourself?
Don’t become a slave to your devices.
Don’t want your kids’ photos online? Sometimes you can do something about it.
Signed up? Don’t expect the calls to stop.
Passports are a gold mine for potential identity theft.
Your TV might be listening to you.
Significantly diminish the chances of your child being bullied with a few easy steps.
It matters more than you might imagine.
Are strangers recognizing you?
Net neutrality. You’ve heard the buzzword, but you’re still not sure what it actually means.
Look for these things to avoid getting ripped off.
You posted something your boss didn’t like. Will it cost you your job?
Yes, they are -- and they’re harder to get rid of than regular cookies.
Don’t lose your most important gadgets while on the road
The Internet knows a lot about you, and not just what’s in your social media accounts.
It might be convenient, but is it safe to get into a car with a stranger?
Kids can have safe fun online, but it takes vigilance from you.
iPhones can help you create a safe online space for your kids
Uncle Sam knows more about your travels than you might think
Make sure you don’t get the gift of identity theft this holiday season.
The Internet is crawling with holiday-themed scams. Here’s how to avoid them.
There’s more to leaving Facebook than just disabling your account.
Stay secure online with these little lifesavers.
Apple wants to change the way you pay. Here’s how it works.
Your kid might be lobbying for an account, but you should resist.
It sounds like a very useful service, but the technology holds dangerous pitfalls, say the experts.
How private is it? Know before you take a chance.
Stolen phone? Don’t put yourself in danger.
The Internet has a long memory, and your online reputation could take a permanent hit if you don’t manage it actively.
It’s easy -- and potentially dangerous -- for your kids to hide out online.
When your friends are getting spammed by your account, what’s next?
Find love, not criminals and creeps.
Help them avoid loss, theft and damage.
Drones aren’t just for the military; anybody with a credit card can buy one.
Life is more convenient than ever, but you need to stay safe.
Committing any of these data sins? You'll pay the price eventually.
Less online experience can mean more security and privacy risk.
What you should know before using personal devices at work.
Home security products that protect your house from old and new dangers.
Learn what information retailers collect.
Are you guilty of one of these online sins?
It's important to talk to your kids about online dangers. Here's a guide to giving them the savvy to surf safely.
While “smart cars” offer increased convenience and seamless connectivity, they come with a dark side, potentially giving hackers, identity thieves and even the federal government yet another way to mine your information for their personal gain -- and your loss.
The short answer? Probably not. Here's how to minimize risk and maximize online privacy.
What you may think of as the safe areas of the Internet aren't always so private. Here's what you need to know.
Make personal data security a priority for the new year.
Who needs the mall? Do your holiday shopping on your device with these cool apps, instead.
Total anonymity might not be possible, but you can achieve a pretty close level of online privacy.
Avoid the awkwardness of your current employer knowing you're job hunting.
Did you ever think your TV would be spying on you? Smart TVs could mean risky business - read on for details.
These days, even common household items can connect to the Internet. But is a "smart house" ever secure?
How to find safe charity organizations and volunteer opportunities online
The social site relies on your sense of curiosity and sympathy to con you into clicks. Here are five ways to avoid spreading Facebook spam.
Four ways to maintain your privacy and security on the popular social platform
Follow this simple, five-step contingency plan -- and hope you'll never have to use it.
It's a jungle out there on the Internet. Here are some security experts on Twitter who can act as your tour guide.
The short answer is yes. And here’s what to do about it.
With big corporations getting hacked, how do you secure your own social media?
What you need to know about modern driving distractions and how to effectively combat them.
Use these tips to avoid lost, stolen or broken electronic gadgets on your next trip.
Our cars increasingly hold new possibilities for convenience and safety at the same time they generate trackable information about the people driving them. Should you worry?
College students are prime targets for identity theft. But parents can help them avoid potential pitfalls. Here’s how.
Sure, personalized shopping technology makes shopping convenient. But a lot of the new technologies are unregulated.
How to Put Your Security on Auto Pilot
How to keep your mobile device secure.
If something happens to you, will your loved ones know how to access the online information they need?
How to get rid of junk mail for good.
We've all heard of the cookies that live on our computers. Lately, we've been hearing more bad than good. What's the deal?
Bringing your phone or tablet to work might sound convenient, but there are risks. Here's what you need to know about BYOD.
When your portable device goes missing, your problems are greater than just replacing it. Here's how to get it back -- and secure sensitive information.
The bad guys target teens too. Here's how you can help your teen be smart and safe online.
This giving season, many of us will look for opportunities to volunteer or to give online. But how do you find a reliable charitable organization?
The latest phishing scams are more difficult to spot -- and they're targeted directly at you. Here's what you need to know.
The Internet is a playground for all ages -- including seniors. But for those who aren't Internet-savvy, there are a few pitfalls to avoid.
If you're still using your kids' birthdays, your anniversary or your pet's name for a password, your data is at risk. Here's how to fix it.
RFID computer chips are designed to make our lives easier. But is this convenience coming at a price? Find out how you can protect your privacy.
You just discovered someone opened a credit card in your name. Catch your breath and act fast.
Keep tabs on your personal photos so they don’t wind up in someone’s advertisement.
Whether or not you use flash drives, here’s how to securely back up and access your data on the go.
Your computer is acting up again and you don’t know why. Here, four questions to help determine when it’s best to buy a new one.
These zombie networks can steal your information and install viruses on your computer. Here’s how to avoid them.
You know .com, .org, .gov and .edu. But what about .me, .xxx, .pro, or .jobs? Here’s a guide to the domain names that you see in website URLs, what they mean, and what they can tell you about a site.
Even if you’re browsing online from the comfort of home, someone could still see what you’re looking at. Here’s how to protect yourself when you’re surfing the Web from home.
If you’re like most people, you don’t give a lot of thought to your passwords. But an easy-to-crack password can put your computer, your identity and your finances at risk.
Today, most computer programs are made to communicate over the Internet. That’s a great benefit, but it also leaves them vulnerable to attack.
What is a smartphone? And what are the risks associated with using one? Smartphones are just as vulnerable to hackers as computers are. Learn about the various risks and how to keep your smartphone protected.
“Early adopters” of the latest technology may gain a certain level of insider status, but new products can come with security kinks that aren’t so cool.
Make it simple to be safer with these 10 tips for enhanced technology security.
When your identity online relies on a username and password, picking strong passwords is important. Yet people still don’t do it well.
Is your PC running slower these days? Check out these easy solutions and get back up to speed.