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The Facebook copyright infringement scam is phishing for your Facebook login information.

How to Spot (and Deal With) Facebook Copyright Infringement Scams

These days, almost everybody has a Facebook account. For some of us, it’s a huge part of where we spend our time online and an essential tool for keeping in contact with friends and family. But a Facebook copyright infringement scam has been targeting users, and now it’s happening more frequently. This scam can see…

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These romance scam statistics show why we need World Romance Scam Prevention Day.

Romance Scam Statistics and the Need for Prevention

Tuesday, October 3rd, is the first annual World Romance Scam Prevention Day. Though the officially recognized day is new, the need is not. Romance scams and their losses have only been increasing over the past few years. In this article, we report on the romance scam statistics from the data we have right now –…

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This smartphone safety feature could save your life in a medical emergency.

Your Phone Could Save Your Life: The Smartphone Safety Feature You Need to Know

It’s a nightmare scenario: You’re away from home and have an accident or a medical emergency. We all have important medical information that first responders and doctors need to know. Even if you have no allergies, medications, or medical conditions, you at least need to be able to share your blood type! If you’re unconscious…

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Are AirTags dangerous? Here's what you need to know.

Are AirTags Dangerous? What You Need to Know About Location Trackers

AirTags, a tracking technology designed by Apple, are one of those things that feel like futuristic tech. Lost your wallet, your backpack, or your keys? If you’ve put an AirTag on them, your iPhone can now lead you directly to the lost item. That’s an incredibly useful tool. But every piece of technology comes with…

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Venmo may be revealing more information than you want - it's time to think about Venmo privacy.

Is Your Private Info Exposed on Venmo? What You Need to Know about Venmo Privacy

Would you want all the transactions in your bank account to be publicly available to anyone who cared to look? Probably not. Our bank accounts contain private, sensitive information. That transaction information reveals a lot about our financial situation, who we buy from, and who sends us money. But if the thought of your bank…

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A woman analyzing her online information from the web

The 5 Best Tools and Services to Remove Your Information from the Web

Personal information about you is probably publicly available online, right now. Sites known as data brokers gather up info about you and build a profile with your name, address, phone number, and other details. Sometimes they even have photos of you. Sounds like a major invasion of privacy, right? Technically, it’s legal for data brokers…

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If you're using artifical intelligence for anything, you need to know about AI and copyright law.

What You Need to Know About AI and Copyright Law

AI and U.S. copyright law are like your Facebook relationship status from 2011 — it’s complicated. For now, works created with generative AI cannot be copyrighted. Things created partially by AI can have a copyright, but only for the part the AI didn’t create. But as humans and machines continue working together the lines will…

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A person asking private questions on ChatGPT

Will My Private Questions to ChatGPT End Up Public?

Since its unveiling in December 2023, ChatGPT has become the face of new, revolutionary technology. The cutting-edge AI has numerous benefits for personal and corporate users. However, bright red flags flame around the chatbot as its glitches still need to be ironed out. The technology has gained rapid popularity, and over 1 billion people have…

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