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James Bond's MI6 Fails Cybersecurity in 'Skyfall'
October 23, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
James Bond's colleagues need some lessons in cybersecurity 101.
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Social Studies: A Parent's Guide to Social-Media Safety
September 10, 2012, Meg Shannon, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
If you can't beat Facebook, join it.
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10 Computer-Security Essentials for High School Students
September 05, 2012, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
Does your daughter know how to protect herself online?
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How Friends Undermine Your Social-Media Privacy
June 06, 2012, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
With friends like these...
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Huge Spike Expected in Employer Facebook Snooping
May 31, 2012, by Matt Liebowitz
How does 'monitoring' differ from 'snooping'?
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Google Spy Case Shows Why You Should Encrypt Your Wi-Fi
April 30, 2012, Paul Wagenseil, SecurityNewsDaily Managing Editor
Don't let Big Data pry into your Wi-Fi
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Facebook Takes a Stand Against Employers Demanding Passwords
March 23, 2012, by Matt Liebowitz
Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal is working on a bill to ban employers from the privacy infringing practice.
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Most Americans Feel Google, Microsoft Too Intrusive
March 12, 2012, by Matt Liebowitz
65 percent of respondents also felt personalized search limits results offered.
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Love and Theft: Online Dating Sites Put Daters' Privacy At Risk
February 14, 2012, by Matt Liebowitz
Just in time for Valentine's Day, some "heartbreaking truths" about how online sites leave their customers' privacy exposed.
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Congressmen Question Amazon About Privacy on Kindle Fire
October 18, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Heat being put on the Fire
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Google+ Adds 'Lock Down' Before You Publish Posts
October 05, 2011, Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer TechNewsDaily
Google responds to users' requests for pre-post privacy feature.
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How Online Misbehavior Lands Teens in Legal Trouble
September 12, 2011, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
Sexting and cyberbullying can have legal consequences
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Is Your Child Being Cyberbullied? Here's How to Tell ... and What to Do About It
August 23, 2011, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
Stop the problem before it gets worse
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10 Ways to Protect Yourself on Social Media Websites
April 20, 2011, Linda Rosencrance, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
You're among friends -- in a crowd of 600 million people
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New Guide Details E-book Privacy Rules
December 21, 2010, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
EFF investigated the privacy practices of pretty much every e-reader on the market, including Amazon's Kindle, Barnes and Noble's Nook, Sony Reader, iPad, and Google Books.
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FTC's 'Do Not Track' Proposal Brings Phone Privacy Concept to Web
December 03, 2010, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
The FTC proposes a framework to balance the privacy interests of consumers with innovation that relies on consumer information to develop beneficial new products and services, including a Do Not Trac…
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Privacy Concern: Web 'Sharing' Shares Too Much
November 05, 2010, Sue Marquette Poremba, TechNewsDaily Contributor
By hitting the like button, you are giving demographic information about yourself to the site.
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Posting Your Location Is Asking for Trouble
October 14, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Location-based social media programs could lead to cybersecurity problems
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