The benefits of accepting permissions or cookies are relatively few for the average consumer. Yes, your ad experience may be more relevant and your mobile experience may be more efficient, but your private information may also be at risk. When you land on a site you don’t often visit — or have no plans of […]
Somebody looking up your name on a search engine like Google might find results related to your previous jobs and addresses, along with information about your relatives. This data could be used against you, for example in determining the answers to security questions. Fortunately, Google does offer a remove outdated content tool for requesting takedowns […]
If you use an online dating service, whether it be an app or a website, be wary of how much information you share publicly. Avoid including any personal information that can identify your residential address or place of employment. Likewise, be mindful of which details you include in your profile. Some details may help bad […]
Amazon keeps a detailed record of everything you search, shop and save on their marketplace. As a result, you likely see suggestions for similar products all over their website. If this makes you uncomfortable, you can erase your browsing history from your Amazon profile.
Email is founded on an old set of communication protocols with limited privacy safeguards. Don’t send your most sensitive personal information (like your Social Security number) over email if possible. Use encrypted chat or a voice call instead.
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