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Can you implement your own privacy notice and have it work?

I have seen a lot of people posting notices to their Facebook profiles similar to this one: ***PRIVACY NOTICE: Warning–any person and/or institution...

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Are you watching what you fill out?

Some of you may have noticed the bombardment of “take our survey” notices from just about every website and retail store. There is a reason...

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Meet Google’s Dashboard

By now you have either heard about or received an email from Google that it’s privacy policies have changed. If not…here is the link to it:...

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MyLife.com–why you should avoid it

You see the commercials on TV that someone may be looking for you. It seems like you have old boyfriends/girlfriends lining up to talk to you after all...

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A good read from OpenDNS

OpenDNS has taken the time to analyze a popular Facebook scam which they describe as a virus. It’s a good read and worth your time to read and understand....

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Clicking on an Osama picture can be hazardous to your computer

Malware purveyors keep looking for the next thing to convince you to click on download/”Look at this!” type of links. Sunday night’s...

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Two Facebook search boxes are worse than one

FaceBook resource site, AllFacebook.com is announcing today that Facebook itself is denying testing a web search tool and additional search box on your...

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A whale of a hoax just for you

Our friends at NakedSecurity, part of the Sophos Antivirus company, a new link threatens your computer and perhaps your Facebook account. If you see a...

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Video Malware attacks on Facebook

See any posts like this lately? This is the latest wave of malware loaders to hit Facebook. Facebook assumes that you are a responsible PC owner and leave...

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Could it be true? A Mac OS trojan?

Sophos’ Naked Security blog is reporting that they have discovered a Mac OS X backdoor trojan. Now in plain English…people have flocked to...

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