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Dating and items for the home fuel online habits – Daily Business | #romancescams | romancescams | #scams

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The UK tops Europe’s league of online users Britons have spent more of their time online during the pandemic seeking romance and more household products, according to new research. Around […]

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9 Everyday Habits That Leave You Vulnerable Online

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Whether you read email, check social media, or do most anything online, your internet behavior may put you at risk. Hackers and scammers can take advantage of your online movements to get your financial data and other sensitive information. To stay safe and protect your identity, make sure you avoid…

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4 Bad Cyber-Security Habits

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We hear about high-profile breaches almost every week in the news, but what actions are organizations taking to keep these breaches from happening? Implementing new solutions is great and new tools are always helpful, but it’s the bad habits formed …

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Parents grow wary with kids’ internet habits

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Parents grow wary with kids’ internet habits

HYDERABAD: A recent survey by Intel Security pinpoints an alarming trend among children in Indian cities having met and wanting to meet complete strangers, with whom they have first interacted on social networking sites. The survey also finds that children admit to having shared `personal’ details, like photographs, phone numbers, house address and other sensitive (family) information – with strangers who they befriend on social media.The study titled `Teens, Tweens and Technology survey’ examined online behaviours and social networking habits of children aged between 8 to 16 years. “The study also surveyed the concerns of parents and found that when it comes to online activity, parents believe that the worst thing that could happen to their children is interacting with strangers online. This concern is warranted given that 44 per cent of the children who polled would meet or have met someone in person, they first met online,” an extract from the survey reads.As per the cyber crime police, the trend prevails in the twin cities as established in a number of cases cracked by cops in the recent past. Out of the 175 cyber crime cases registered this year, cops indicated that 70 per cent have an element of […]

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EDWARD SNOWDEN: NSA SPYING ON PORN HABITS, NOT TERRORISTS

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Snowden, who was speaking from Russia, where he has been seeking asylum since 2013, continued his tirade against the United States government’s surveillance program in front of a standing-room-only crowd of his loyal devotees. Among the topics he addressed, Snowden suggested that the war on radical Islamic terrorism is bloated and being used as a cover to crack down on people who, for example, watch pornography, that Black Lives Matter riots are a result of out-of-control human rights abuses, and indirectly defended Hillary Clinton for her Benghazi email scandal. On the topic of terrorism, Snowden suggested the “dangerous thing” about that NSA’s surveillance programs “is that they’re not actually being used to stop terrorism in many cases. They’re being used to discredit individuals who have disapproved of the [fact that the] NSA has programs to spy on people’s pornography viewing habits because they consider them to be radicalizers.” He suggested that “everyone in society knows that we’ve had an imperfect justice system” and that America holds “the people who wield the highest power of authority to a higher standard than others.” Snowden stated that the NSA’s surveillance program shows that America is “monitoring more communications about Americans than we are […]

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18 Bad Habits that’ll Make Your Partner Want to Leave You

It’s easy to feel settled in a relationship. But when you cross the line with these 18 habits, there’s a good chance your lover may leave you for it. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []). Read More….

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