Some of the hottest techno gadgets of the holiday season have now been opened and are positioned somewhere in your home just waiting for further instructions. If you’re one of the many shoppers who tried to purchase one of this year’s hot-ticket gift items only to find out they’re out of stock until after the New Year, that might not be the worst news to some privacy-savvy consumers.
For many people, the holidays are a time for thinking of others. But now more than ever, it’s important to give yourself an extra special gift this year, the gift of identity protection. Just like any other kind of gift giving, there are a wide variety of options to meet every budget.
The ride-share company Uber has faced no shortage of controversy over the past few years.
It’s been called “the biggest lie on the internet,” or rather, the one that most of us tell when we click to agree that we’ve read the entire terms and conditions. The reality about those terms, though, is that you may be handing over a lot of your privacy when you check that little box.
There’s disturbing news for anyone who relies on a vehicle to get around: the National Safety Council has reported that motor vehicle deaths increased by 8% in 2015 over the previous year, marking the largest single-year increase in 50 years.
As parents, you may have to pull off an especially tricky balancing act around the holidays. It can be hard to navigate the commercials that entice kids with the hottest holidays toys while still trying to stick to a budget, and no one wants to imagine the dilemma of not being able to find that one present a child has his heart set on. However, while you focus this year on maintaining some level of sanity to your holiday shopping, there’s another important factor to keep in mind.