Monthly Archives: April 2017

Keeping Your Private Nude Photos Private |


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It’s a subject most people don’t discuss openly, but taking nude photos or selfies is an extremely common practice today – especially among millennials. In a 2014 online survey of young women by Cosmopolitan.com, around 90% of those surveyed said they took nude photos of themselves at one time or another. But are they taking steps to secure these highly sensitive photos and ensure they don’t get into the wrong hands? Unfortunately, the answer seems to be no. There are […]

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What The Internet Privacy Repeal Means for You |


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In the last several weeks, the US House of Representatives voted to roll back new FCC regulations designed to safeguard consumer privacy online. The regulations were due to take effect by the end of this year, and would have required Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to get their customers’ consent before sharing or selling any “sensitive” personal information. So what does this mean for most Internet users? Perhaps not as much as you might think. Popular internet websites like Google and […]

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