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We all enjoy keeping up with friends and family on social media, but we have to be mindful of our privacy and security when we do. Here are some suggestions to help keep your personal information private:...

Users intentionally posting pictures of their IDs, credit cards on Twitter and Instagram are already doing the job for them. I’ve been noticing several young people (and even adults) who post pictures of their credit and debit cards on Twitter. Some users even post their...

March 6, 2012 Pinterest is the relatively new kid on the block that is taking the social media world by storm.  If you haven’t heard of it or tried it out, Pinterest is a social networking service that lets you upload and pin pictures to your own...

Internet browsers store a history of what sites you’ve been visiting. The browser stores a history on your hard drive because it is faster to access the information from your hard drive than to go out over the Internet and look for the data again....

December 29, 2010 It’s scary how many people share information on the Internet that should always be kept private.  Here are five things that you should never share online: Confidential information about your identity –  This includes your address, phone number, social security number, and birth date. Don’t...