How to See iPhone Apps That Track Location and How to Deactivate the Permission

Believe it or not, a lot of your iPhone’s applications track where you are. Some applications
monitor where their users are and then sells the location data to advertising companies. Then, marketing entities can better serve you content based off
where you go and what you like to do. Although this is an invasion of privacy that can be harmful, worse things can happen when apps have access to your location. If a criminal hacks
an app, he or she can get ahold of your important data and steal your bank account information, know when you’ll be away from home and more. As a general rule of thumb, you don’t want your apps to know more than they have to know. Many users decide to let their apps only see their location while they’re using its features, protecting themselves and their sensitive information.

Article 13 — A Bad Idea: The EU is Trying to Reinvent the Wheel

The Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market is Europe’s attempt to harmonize copyright laws across all member states and is another regulatory policy that will not just impact citizens and residents in the European Union (EU) but also greatly impact the architecture and design of the internet.

Smart Home Security: What It Is and Why You Should Care

Smart homes are filled with gadgets that collect data in an effort to make your life better. Since everything is connected, a hacker can do a lot of damage if they break into your home’s system, so it’s important to understand smart home security.

How to Spot Online Scams and Frauds

To use the internet for its benefits and avoid its disadvantages, you need to understand how to protect yourself. Criminals can reach into your private life through your computer, but you don’t have to give them the chance.