Public Wi-Fi networks — like those in coffee shops or hotels — are not nearly as safe as you think. Even if they have a password, you're sharing a network with tons of other people, which means your data is at risk. Here's how to stay safe when you're out and about.
Just because most wireless routers have a firewall to protect you from the internet doesn't mean you're protected from others connected to the same network. It's remarkably easy to steal someone's username and password, or see what they're doing just by being on the same network. Don't take that chance. We're going to show you which settings are the most important ones.Read more
Apple issues a statement describing the restrictions it places on the collection of customer data. Responding to concerns that Apple was automatically collecting user location and search query data through its latest Mac operating system, the company issued a statement clarifying its customer data collection policies.
Customers began expressing privacy concerns about the revamped version of Spotlight search that was included in the release. The tool, which offers Google search suggestions, as well as its own Spotlight suggestions, raised the suspicion of users when Apple issued a warning on a support page.Read more
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