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Facebook Battles “Revenge Porn” in Oz with Pilot Test

What's It About? Facebook has launched a pilot test to combat "revenge porn" in Australia. The strategy entails uploading your nude photos or videos to Messenger...

Spotlight on Smart Ways to Protect Your Privacy Using Technology

Technology has enhanced our lives in many ways, but it has also raised concerns about privacy. You often hear of security breaches on websites...

Glitch on Google Home Mini Just Put Alphabet in an Embarrassing...

Android Police's Artem Russakovskii was reviewing a Google Home Mini earlier today when he suddenly realized that the small smart speaker was randomly and...

How to Permanently Delete ALL Your Google Activity History. Really!

If you thought you could delete your entire history with Google from your Chrome settings, you're only partially right. Google stores all user activity...

Apple Has a Patent for Restricted Device Viewing Angles for Greater...

Apple has filed a patent for a “display with adjustable angles-of-view." It outlines a concept for increased privacy when viewing a mobile or tablet...

Roomba Kicks Up Dust Around Privacy Issues for Smart Home Owners

Roomba, a product of iRobot, is a vacuuming robot powered by a full suite of smart sensors to keep your home clean. The sensors...

Hello Feature on Facebook – Stalker Deterrent or Plain Stupid Function?

Facebook, the Internet and social media giant, has silently plugged in a new “Hello” button to people’s profile page, which allows users to send...

Browser Cache Clogged Up and Posing a Privacy Risk? Here’s How...

Our browser's cache, as we all know, holds information about the websites we've visited. While this is a perk in many ways, it might turn...

Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Facebook Tracking Users After Logout

Earlier today in California, U.S. District Judge Edward Davila ruled in favor of Facebook on the 5 1/2 year old lawsuit that accused the...

Google Will Continue to Scan Your Gmail Messages, Just Not for...

It's been a long-standing practice of Google to scan Gmail messages of users to find out what interests them so the ads served can...

Are Your Smart Speakers Secure and Private? Echo, Home, HomePod, Invoke

It's great to have a digital assistant sitting in your home waiting to do your bidding, but most users of smart speakers and other...

Kodi News: 3 More Add-Ons Killed as Kodi Struggles with Anti-Piracy...

Ever since the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled on April 26, 2017, that the temporary reproduction of copyright-protected content is NOT...

Google Chrome Flaw Allows Sites to Hack Your Webcam and Mic,...

AOL developer Ran Bar-Zik told Google on April 10, 2017 that a Google Chrome vulnerability allowed websites to record video and audio from users...

Isn’t Windows 10 China Government Edition the Version We Should ALL...

The Chinese government is paranoid about security. That's a gross understatement. And that's even the reason the government banned the use of Windows on...

Can a Virtual Private Network (VPN) Protect Me from Ransomware and...

Since Friday, public interest in ransomware and other types of malware has been escalating like crazy. The world is still reeling from what is now...