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.
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.
When you go to vote you need the facts. Disinformation and propaganda are not new to politics nor campaigning. Learn how to fact check online information.
Kids can lose control of their digital habits. Digital addiction is a relatively new problem, but it’s quickly growing in severity.
Young adults often use words that are incomprehensible to everyone who’s not in their age group. It’s hard to understand what younger generations are saying and meaning when they communicate on social media.
Earlier this year, news broke that Cambridge Analytica, a political data firm, accessed 87 million Facebook users’ private information. Learn how to manage your Facebook and the associated privacy risks easily with a private profile.
f you’re new to the world of Facebook it’s important to know that it’s simply a social networking site that connects you to friends and family online. Follow these beginner’s steps to ensure you start with a positive experience.
Pros and cons of social media. For some, social media is fun and exciting, for others it’s addicting and depressing.
If you use social media you’ve probably heard of “trolls.” These individuals thrive on attention and are happiest when they lure other users into unproductive discussions.
Fake stories and news reach countless people on social media platforms, and unfortunately these pieces of misinformation can have real consequences.