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Facebook Security Issues Your Business Must Deal With

There are over 1 billion users on Facebook. The chances are very, very good that your employees are amongst those 1 billion. This puts you, and your IT team, in a dilemma; do you allow employees to access Facebook during work hours? We know the benefit of using employees as brand advocates, but how can you minimize the Facebook security risks?
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British MPs are Funnier Than Monty Python if Bad Cybersecurity is a Joke

British MPs have shown that they are so bad at basic cybersecurity, and password security, that it is hilarious. A number of them have been sharing their password and cybersecurity practices on Twitter, and I’m still giggling. Keep reading and have a laugh.
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Android Security Issues: Pattern Locks Not as Secure as Possible

Having proper Android security should always be a goal as protecting the important information on your phone must be a priority. Research has shown that nearly 40% of Android users have pattern locks on their phone, and further research is showing that they are not as secure as you hoped them to be.
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VPN Transparency Report Shows USA has an Online Privacy Problem

A recent transparency report from a VPN has shown just how often USA wants to invade the privacy of online users. The USA loves to send subpoenas at a rate unparalleled by any other country. Let’s look deeper at this VPN transparency report to see how they truly private VPN can protect your online privacy.
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Preventing ID Theft is Everyone’s Business: Learn the Risks in an Infographic!

System hacks. Transaction data stolen. ID theft. If you own a small business, those words are enough to start your heart racing. You wonder how something like this could happen when a) you have a small business, thinking you’re not big enough to get noticed online; and b) you’ve done everything you can afford to do to protect yourself.
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How to Download Torrent and P2P Movies, Music, TV Shows, and Programs

If you want to learn how to download torrent and P2P content, and you want to do it anonymously, there are different ways to do it. The important thing here is that when you download torrent and P2P content that you must hide from the possibility of getting a DMCA notice. This can eventually lead to fines, and even jail time for pirating content.
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Watch Champions League Soccer Online for Free, or Paid

The 2017/2018 Champions League football tournament is already underway. Football, and soccer, fans the world over are highly anticipating many exciting matches this year. No matter where you are in the world, there is a way for you to watch Champions League soccer online for free. These are the Champioooooons, the Champioooonnnssss.
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Browser Security Issues with Firefox and Google Chrome Browsers

Firefox and Google Chrome are two of the most popular browsers around. Despite how popular they are, there are still browser security issues with these two browsers. They have a problem with leaking your IP address, even when you are using a VPN.
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How to Send Encrypted Messages with Easy to Use Tools

Learning how to send encrypted messages is the new frontier in privacy. In the old days, the government used to have to have a wiretap warrant to take private information from you. Now it seems that they, and any company that feels like it, could steal information from your private conversations. Using encrypted messages can change that.
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Hide from Government Surveillance: Private Communication is at Risk

I’m not a terrorist, you’re not a terrorist, but you are a human being deserving of privacy. Unfortunately, government surveillance the world over is increasing at a frightening pace. It is now coming down to us on an individual basis to resist this intrusion into our private lives.
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