If you have been sent a DMCA notice by your ISP, it can be a bit unnerving. You’ve likely been accused of illegal downloading of copyrighted material, and when DMCA notices start showing up at your home it can make things REAL in a hurry.
While I’m in no way qualified to give you legal advice at this point if you have a DMCA notice, I can educate you about them and help you not get another. IF you’re sitting at your computer right now saying “HELP! I got a DMCA notice!!!” Read on and I’ll help you out.
Hackers are becoming a bigger problem all the time as they keep on finding new ways to steal information, money, and online identities. This can be attributed to average internet users not knowing how to protect themselves, or thinking that there’s nothing they can do with all the endless stories on the latest hacks.
You can protect yourself from hackers and online threats easier than you think. You won’t need elite levels of computer knowledge and, better yet, you don’t have to wear an earring like Hugh Jackman’s hacker character in Swordfish.
You’re on vacation, far from home, and sitting down at your computer to catch up on your Netflix account. Or maybe tune into the BBC iPlayer to watch some Dr. Who. Or you could be one of many people trying to watch content on Hulu. Either way, you wind up with a geoblock screen that looks like this: Not available in your country ‘yet!’ So how do geoblocks work, how are they used, and how can you possibly get around them? Fear not, by the end of this article I’ll teach you ways to get your Tv and movie content that’s being blocked back!
When I first came online back in the early 90s, I found that the best Internet security advice was also the simplest. Getting caught up in ideas that are too complex can lead to confusion, and confusion can lead to you not bothering to take any Internet security advice at all.
In this article you will find 8 pieces of the best Internet security advice that I came across decades ago, with some key updates from the last few years. You may not turn into a hacker tomorrow, but you will surely improve your online security, and better protect your data.
Getting an idea of how to use VPN apps, and just how simple of an internet security tool they all are, can help many users make the decision to use them. Years ago, before I had ever learned how to use a VPN, I too was intimidated. I thought they’d be complicated, but they’re actually quite simple!
If you want to go from VPN n00b, to a well secured VPN user, read this article now! Keeping in mind that this is a general purpose article, your specific VPN provider may differ slightly!