Facebook locked me out of my account for trying to update my security settings, then asked me to upload a scanned passport as proof of my identity to unlock it. This is dangerous.
Few figures in technology are as controversial as Edward Snowden. Traitor? Patriot? Whistleblower? Regardless of your feelings about the man, it’s undeniable that he ushered in a new era of digital privacy concerns that affect the entire world.
Lyft employees used passenger data to stalk people and find the personal addresses of celebrities. Their own internal privacy policies were apparently never enforced.
Net Neutrality is going to be challenged in the courts for quite some time. Don’t wait until it’s too late to make your voice heard.
There’s more to the Internet than just Google. Yes, they’re the dominant search engine – but did you know there are many others out there and depending on what you’re searching for, some might even give you better results.
The Equifax data breach had millions upon millions of victims. Their ‘solution’ was piss-poor at best.
It might seem impossible to pull data from a computer that’s not connected to the Internet. Air-gapped systems are among the most secure. But that doesn’t mean unhackable.
Protecting yourself from hackers is one thing, but protecting yourself from the well-funded NSA is a completely different story.