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Step 1 to staying safe online is to stay private. Here we have collected all our articles on privacy protection, how it can be compromised, and what you can do to ensure that never happens. Learn to avoid being watched, tracked, and cyberattacked.
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New Webcam Shield feature blocks prying eyes from secretly watching you
Enigma Interviews connect cybersecurity researchers and thought leaders with Bay Area citizens to discuss the concepts, tools, and defenses needed to keep our day-to-day lives secure.
Your Roomba and some of your other home appliances collect a heap of personal data. Secure the privacy of your home with these expert tips.
While it's wise to guard data from ISPs, authoritarian governments' access to personal info is a far more sinister threat to every global citizen.
How do hackers work, and can you really prevent your internet privacy from invasion by shadowy cyber criminals? Avast shares insight and solutions.
Kasparov will discuss power and propaganda in the global, digital age with Claudio Guarnieri of Citizen Lab and Amnesty International.
Dismissing IoT device threats in the “internet of everything” world is easy. But privacy and personal data loss isn’t science fiction, so don’t fall victim.
Just because the White House has undone FCC internet privacy legislation doesn't mean you have to let your ISP profit from watching you. A simple solution: VPN.
Avast recently surveyed more than 1,000 Americans to find out how they value and protect the data in their online accounts.
It is our responsibility to find ways to embed human values into today’s technological structures to create the online discourse we want.
Most teens want their own smartphone, but parents can have a hard time knowing when kids can handle the responsibility.