Facebook Breach - What You Need to Know | Network 1 Consulting

By David Gracey Facebook is always making headlines, but the past few weeks it has been front page news for a very bad reason: it allowed one of its paying customers to access data from 50 million accounts.  People are furious with the company, deleting the app from their phones and complaining of privacy violations.…

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By Courtney Rose In the past, your home appliances served one function, such as chilling food and drinks or cooking food. Now, even your toaster oven or Crock-Pot can connect to WiFi. In my home, for instance, my doorbell, my thermostat, and, most recently, my vacuum, now connect to WiFi and allow me to maintain…

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By Kevin Jackman Yesterday, a co-worker of mine went to lunch with a friend, and as they returned to their cars, his friend noticed his window had been broken into, and his gym bag was nowhere to be found. We usually write about tips that protect you from thieves and threats via the internet, but…

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By Richard Stokes Do you know what low-bat-o-phobia is? It’s not the fear of low-flying bats, nor is it the fear of taking a baseball bat to the face when you’re seated in the lower levels. It’s actually the phobia of your mobile device’s battery running out. Actually, it’s really not; I just made that…

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