Posts Tagged ‘privacy’

No Fourth Amendment For Tech Companies

Al Franken chaired a special hearing where both Google and apple executives were asked to account for recent high-profile cases where user information was obtained surreptitiously by their services. Although Google is no stranger to privacy enquiries, having faced a Lords Committee last year about its digitisation of texts purportedly out of Copyright, Franken is […]

Strange Account Activity Could Be A Sign Of ID Theft

Your finances can be threatened by identity fraud. It’s important to understand this. There is no way to completely avoid identity theft, but you can identify it sooner rather than later. The earlier you realize what has happened, the better off you will be. One of the things you can do to catch ID fraud […]