Posts Tagged 'privacy'
Perception plays a huge role in many aspects of daily life. However, the reality of something is often not as powerful as the idea may have been—and advertisers as well as brands more often than not take full advantage of this fact. Privacy in the online world has become a precious, if not priceless, commodity, […]
Now that I have your attention on SHOE, please keep reading further for some helpful tips to protect your identity when buying and selling second-hand office equipment. Purchasing new IT equipment can be a significant investment, especially for small business owners with limited budgets. Many business owners look to eBay, Amazon Marketplace and Craigslist to […]
With Valentine’s Day behind us, singles and couples alike undoubtedly expressed their love in a variety of real and digital ways. McAfee recently released the results of the 2014 Love, Relationships, and Technology study and found that people are more willing than ever to share intimate and racy content via their mobile devices. Worldwide, people […]
Sharing may be caring, but not everything you do or every picture you take should be posted on social media. McAfee’s 2014 Love, Relationships, and Technology study found that people are oversharing on a global-scale. Aside from sending/receiving intimate and sexual content, more than 38% of respondents admitted to sharing passwords, as well as sharing email […]
Beyonce sings about “if you like it you better put a ring on it” [her finger], but I find that slogan can work (with a slight change) for your personal information on your mobile phones and tablets. So I prefer the “if you like it you better put a PIN on it,” referring to having […]