It's nearly impossible to avoid social media networks. If you refuse to sign up, you may miss out on events with friends, news, and the latest meme jokes that everyone talks about.
Is it paranoia or entirely possible? Finding out how to know if your phone is tapped can help you discern fact from fiction and decide whether someone is really listening in to your conversations.
Have you heard the term web sleuth? Many people have become interested in true crime, and it's not enough to watch documentaries or listen to podcasts online.
It's crazy to think that there's a way to find out public information about family, friends, locations. and more. I never thought of a thing until I find out you actually can.
Every house has a history, regardless of its age. When visiting homes, some people get a gut feeling, or intuition, about the people who lived and visited there before, which may color their impressions of the building.
Privacy is a big deal these days with talk on the news of threats coming from hackers, big-name corporations, marketing agencies, and even the government.
You have probably seen people on TV and in movies tracing a specific IP address to find someone's location. Even though it looks easy, you might be thinking that IP tracking takes special skills, or you have to be a blacklist hacker to do it.
Our modern world revolves around digital communications that span chat apps, email, and social media. It's critical to know that all your communications are private and secure when you are texting a colleague, chatting with a friend, or collaborating with a team.
This week Engadget reported a story about how Google is embroiled in a lawsuit because the company failed to adequately inform users about how their "Incognito" mode worked with the Google Chrome browser.
The computer term "cookie" has been around for many years, and most of us don't even question its origins or what it really means.