You are celebrating Thanksgiving at the Macy's Parade and the confetti that falls on your shoulder has phone numbers and social security numbers. Information about the President's motorcade. Where did it come from?
If you haven't been lured into clicking the "Most Used Words On Facebook" link - good for you! Your private data is more secure than 18-million other people. The Facebook app that sprung from out of nowhere a couple of weeks ago has been convincing users to give up all of their private data with just a few quick clicks.
I have been reading many messages about facebook charging money for your privacy and people are seeing it on the news or reading it in the paper. I'm sorry if you did because they got the story wrong. Here is the right story.
If you've ever watched TV shows like 'Long Island Medium,' you've seen the stunned looks on people's faces when the psychics start to get positive "hits." The guy in the video above amazes strangers with specific information, but there's one catch: he's not even a little bit psychic.
You are celebrating Thanksgiving at the Macy's Parade and the confetti that falls on your shoulder has phone numbers and social security numbers. Information about Mitt Romney's motorcade. Where did it come from?
It's no secret that there are NO secrets on the internet. And, if you're like most law-abiding citizens, you'll never have to worry about things like this. But have you ever wondered what information the police can subpoena from your Facebook account...
Privacy has been a concern with the internet since it began. The Proliferation of social media sites and search engines has accelerated peoples fears about their web browsing history being stored and used without their knowledge. Now there's a move to allow users an easier way of opting out...
The company says beginning March 1, it is turning its more than 60 different privacy policies into one policy that will cover multiple products and features to a create a “simple and intuitive” experience...
The weirdness of this becomes a reality in today's society. I want to pass this on to you.
Don Bailey says he can unlock thousands of cars across the United States simply by sending a few texts from his Android phone. And that's not even the scary part.Bailey, a senior security consultant with iSEC Partners, said in an interview with CNN at the Black Hat security conference here at Caesars Palace