How to Delete All of Google and Facebook’s Stored Data (Without Deleting Your Accounts)

Regardless of your age or how often you use Google and Facebook, it’s important to know what information these sites have about you. Additionally, you may want to delete the stored data they’ve been gathering up to this point.

Smishing: What It Is and What You Need to Know About It to Keep Yourself Safe

Have you recently received a package from FedEx, UPS or another delivery company? If you’re like many Americans, the answer to the aforementioned question is yes. After all, Amazon alone sends about 3.3 billion packages worldwide yearly, many of which are delivered to customers in the United States.

How to Completely Protect (and Make Private) Your Favorite Social Media Accounts

Social media accounts may not be “essential” the way your online banking details or your 401(k) login are, but they’re important for different reasons. Social media accounts can be used to determine a lot about somebody, and many people use them as login information for many different sites. It’s important to make sure they’re secured.

How to Tell If Your Windows 10 Computer Has a Virus

Computer viruses are part of life in our always-on, always-connected world. They’ve been with us since the early ‘80s, though the Internet made them much easier to spread. But you don’t have to be afraid of them. With a little understanding and preparedness you can avoid the pitfalls of a computer virus and keep your computer in top shape.

Everything You Need to Know About the New Mozilla Firefox Private Network Extension

Regular people and technology-savvy power users alike can benefit from its features. But with increasing emphasis on online privacy, Mozilla has spent its time trying to refine a set of privacy tools for Firefox.

Google Calendar Spam Events: What They Are and How to Block Them — Permanently

These scams can be full of viruses and malware, or they are phishing schemes that are meant to trick you into providing personal information that can be used to steal your identity. Luckily, we have the information you need in order to be informed and stop these threats.

How to Block Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant from Recording, Logging and Analyzing Your Conversations

Voice assistants are always listening, unless you tell them not to. If you have privacy concerns, it can be hard to find how to opt out of some of the more intrusive listening. If you’re one of the people that’s concerned about privacy with some of these voice assistants, there are ways to turn them off—here’s how:

Why Video Doorbells Make for an Excellent Investment (and Which Ones Are Most Secure)

In addition to having a security system, it’s also smart to use other home security gadgets. Although there are many options, a video doorbell is one of the best investments.

macOS and Windows 10: How to See Which Apps Are Using Your Mic and Camera

That being said, these devices are installed for a reason. Without them, you couldn’t make precious video calls to your loved ones and use many other helpful applications. Users need to take advantage of these technologies, not the other way around. Fortunately, there are a few ways to protect yourself and your sensitive content.