Government whistleblower in exile Edward Snowden warns that the US and British governments want to eavesdrop on your phone and take pictures with it.
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Do you toss your old boarding passes in the trash? You'd be better off tossing them in the shredder.
The federal government finally got around to starting to notify the 21.5 million people whose information was stolen during the hack at the Office of Personnel Management last week.
4.6 million Scottrade users have just been made aware that their contact information and possibly their Social Security numbers have been stolen by hackers.
The Trump Hotel Collection has confirmed that their credit card systems have been compromised and their customers' credit card information stolen. Would chip cards have helped mitigate the damage?
We don't use fax machines too much in our homes anymore, but faxing is still used in businesses for sending contracts, legal papers and other important documents. There is a better and inexpensive way to fax through your computer, however.
Lifelock provides identity theft protection. Experian provides credit checks. What do they have in common? Both are major players in their field. And both have been the subject of devastating hacks.