Live Social Media Can Have Pitfalls

Social media has changed the way people interact with each other in both good ways and bad ways. It’s amazing ...
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April the Giraffe is Expecting Again! Is She Also Due For a Privacy Checkup?

April the Giraffe became an internet sensation in 2017, bigger perhaps than any pop-star-behaving-badly, for her adventure park’s YouTube live ...
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Ring Doorbell Security Flaw Is Part of a Bigger Problem

The era of the Internet of Things ushered in innovations, better convenience, and more personal safety, but it also brought ...
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Celebrate Selfie Day with a Dash of Privacy

The very first selfie is believed to be a photograph of Robert Cornelius in October 1839. He stood in his ...
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Facebook Privacy Error Made “Private” Posts Public

Fourteen million Facebook users recently woke up to an email in their inboxes, informing them of another privacy issue with their ...
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New Ticketmaster Facial Recognition Raises Privacy Concerns

Standing in long lines, waiting to get into your favorite singer’s concert could soon be a thing of the past ...
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Facebook Rolls Out New Privacy Updates

Following the recent Facebook/Cambridge Analytica incident, the social media giant is taking steps to help users have a better understanding of their ...
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Facebook Is NOT Giving Users Compensation for Cambridge Analytica

There is a hoax going around based on speculation in a now-deleted article, one that claims Facebook will owe all ...
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New Security Questions Involving Tinder’s App

It’s easy to understand why a lot of users enjoy meeting new people and new potential love interests through the ...
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Tune in Live to FTC’s PrivacyCon February 28th

The world has enjoyed Comic-Con, DragonCon, WriterCon, and more…so now it’s time to take on PrivacyCon. No, you won’t need to ...
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