Posts Tagged ‘internet’

Some say Chinese Launching Unhackable Internet with Quantum Computing – YouTube

August 24, 2017 Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert Discusses Chinese Launching Unhackable internet with Quantum Computing and how to use VPN …

Practice safe Internet on the road

August 10, 2017

It's open season on the jet set, particularly those who use open, public wireless networks.

As the Senate Moves In on Internet Privacy, How Can You Keep Your Searches Private? – NBC News

April 6, 2017

The Trump administration just took the first step in allowing internet providers to sell your browsing habits and personal information.

Companies Can Now Buy, Sell Your Internet Browsing History–Without Your Permission – Business & Technology – AllMediaNY

April 6, 2017

AllMediaNY – Companies Can Now Buy, Sell Your Internet Browsing History–Without Your Permission

For sale: Your internet browsing history and habits – Story

April 4, 2017

As the Senate moves in on internet privacy, how can you keep your searches private?

Hey Kids, the Internet is FOS

March 31, 2017

The internet is a beautiful place. It is the way we communicate, the way we create, and the biggest business platform that has ever been generated. However, it is also [ ]

When Seeing the Most Depraved Side of the Internet Is Your Job – NBC News

January 27, 2017

Machines are getting smarter, but human moderators are still crucial in the fight against child exploitation, bestiality and other violent crimes.

Fake News is Becoming Too Real

January 17, 2017

Fake news is a problem that is taking the internet by storm, and it ran rampant during the 2016 Presidential Election. In fact, many believe that fake news stories had [ ]

Why You Have to Protect Yourself Online

November 23, 2016

The process of protecting yourself on the internet is basically the same as a decade ago. However, criminals are upping their game.

Internet of Things: Have We Bitten Off More Than We Can Chew? – NBC News

November 4, 2016

More than 20 billion connected devices are expected to be online by 2020 — but do we have what it takes to keep them secure?