An article from Private WiFi’s CEO, Kent Lawson, raised interesting points about online privacy attitudes among younger people. The article presented some interesting thoughts from Ella Hickson, a young playwright. Ella notes she is more aware of the value of privacy and puts forth the idea that most of the younger generation thinks in terms of an […]

The introduction of the smartphone into the technology platform revolutionized the use of the cellphone. Suddenly, activities and actions that required a stationary device, or a device connected to wireless internet became activities on-the-go. Now, the smartphone’s capabilities have surpassed those ever associated with a small mobile device. Cellphones went from being solely used for […]

Many professionals view air-travel days as an opportunity to get some extra work done, pay bills online, or distract themselves during their commute by surfing the internet. The convenience and ease of use of modern laptops and iPads have made it easy to stay connected in route. As a result, public Wi-Fi is now commonplace […]

Facebook – the social network giant has posed the opportunity for its users to vote on changes to their privacy policies. The focus wraps around how the network uses ‘user’ information through data collection practices and the use of that data for advertising. The giant is aiming at providing clear explanations to its users of […]

Last spring, it was revealed that iPhones and Android mobile phones send individual’s “user location data” back to their respective companies, Apple and Google. Initially the news was met by an angry uproar from citizens concerned that their right to privacy was being collectively violated. It didn’t slow down sales of either iPhones or Androids […]

Just how is it that companies always seem to know just how to advertise to us? Ever get a chill up your spine when Target sends you a coupon for the exact type of jacket you’d been thinking of purchasing for the last week? If it feels like internet marketers know what products you’re likely […]

A company called OneID is developing some innovative and interesting solutions to identity and password security. Vinod Khosla, Founder of Khosla Ventures, one of the principle groups that invested heavily in bringing OneID to market, briefly outlined why his company was willing to infuse 7 figures of capital into this relatively unknown company in the […]

Facebook privacy seems to be an ever more common theme of discussion. While the positive uses for Facebook and social networking platforms like it are numerous, use is not without risk. Aside from malicious use of personal information stored on Facebook, controlling how you share your information is an imperative skill set for anyone who […]

Most of us at some point in our lives have had to struggle our way through the difficult task of sorting through old pictures, scrap books, and family albums of a deceased friend or relative. The idea being that family members and loved ones may cherish the memories associated with these deeply personal reminders of […]

Traveling overseas offers a unique set of risks for American consumers. Travelers by necessity have to carry several pieces of sensitive information like a passport, bank cards, drivers license, and an assortment of additional documents that could put them at risk if lost or stolen. So the next time you’re traveling abroad, be mindful of […]