In the digitally connected world we live in, we sometimes discover that increasing our convenience means sacrificing some of our privacy.
Privacy continues to be a hot topic right now, and fortunately, there are some pretty strict laws in effect to help ensure that you have a measure of control over your information. While these laws can and do get broken all the time, they still serve as a safety net that provides for legal prosecution following wrongdoing.
Security conferences are an invaluable source of insight into the ways that cybercriminals operate, but they also highlight the “what ifs” of tech-based threats.
New changes are coming to one of the internet’s favorite social media sites, Twitter. The 140-character shout out platform has recently announced the proposed changes to its users’ privacy settings, targeted advertising preferences, and data sharing.
It’s been called the biggest lie on the internet: “I have read and agree to the terms and conditions.”