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5 iPhone privacy settings you should already be using.

100 million Americans are iPhone users according to Statista. iPhones have become an integral part of many of our lives, and hold all sorts of private information such as the places we’ve visited (both on and offline), our shopping history, […]

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How to safely and anonymously browse the Internet

Most of us use the Internet every single day, whether for work or for fun. Knowing how to safely and anonymously browse the web is essential for protecting your personal privacy. Especially considering the privacy risks posed by unsafe browsing […]

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Google Home and Privacy

Google Home & Your Privacy

When we need information, we Google it. When we have a question, we Google it. Google has often provided the answers to all our search queries, and with their smart speaker the Google Home (Nest), you can now ask Google […]

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Digital Privacy in America: 10 Key Takeaways

Now more than ever, the news has been inundated with privacy concerns and red flags that have been raised as the world population has become increasingly reliant on the internet to conduct our daily affairs. There are numerous recent examples […]

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Is Houseparty safe? 7 easy steps to protect yourself

Many of us have searched for fun and creative ways to stay connected with others while staying safe at home. The Houseparty app has risen in popularity as it allows users to video chat while playing interactive games together. However, […]

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What you need to know about RFID Payment Cards

By David Smith Introduction With new innovations in credit card technology, it is becoming easier to make payments, while increasing transaction security at the same time. One such development in payment card industry is the use of Radio Frequency Identification, […]

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Privacy and the Coronavirus. Why does it matter?

In short this article:  Summarizes key points in the ongoing privacy discussion related to the coronavirus. Discusses the use of mobile applications in the fight against the coronavirus Explains why we shouldn’t just give up on privacy Emphasizes why “It’s […]

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Privacy Review of NeuraSpud | The World’s First Smart Potato

From virtual happy hours to Netflix Parties, many of us have found creative ways to have fun while staying inside and working from home due to the coronavirus. At Spy-Fy, we decided to use this opportunity to try out and […]

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Advice for safely working from home

With many of us advised to work from home on our personal devices during the coronavirus outbreak, it is important for companies to address the privacy risks associated with remote work so that their employees can safely work from home. […]

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How to promote privacy awareness at your company

In the digital age we live in, privacy awareness has become increasingly relevant. Especially when a lack of privacy awareness can lead to vulnerabilities that may leave personal data or sensitive information at risk. For companies, encouraging privacy awareness among […]

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How to recognize email phishing scams

Email Phishing for a Shark Last week Shark Tank’s Barbara Corcoran was in the news after her office fell victim to an email phishing scam. According to Forbes, Corcoran’s bookkeeper received an email with an invoice for real estate renovations. […]

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Is TikTok safe?

A popular video-sharing social media app has been in the news recently due to data privacy and child safety concerns. This prompts the question, is TikTok safe? What is TikTok? For those who might be wondering who or what is […]

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