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Protecting Your Online Privacy: How to Keep Your Online Activity Private from Pirates, Hackers and Marketers

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

The recent proliferation of social media networks has increased awareness of online privacy issues. On the surface, some may feel that online privacy is only a concern for those attempting to hide their internet activities. Online privacy is an issue that impacts ALL of us. Avira, AVG and Microsoft Security Essentials.

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5 steps to ensure you don’t get caught out by The Big Analogue Switch Off


In many ways, the Big Analogue Switch Off has already begun voluntarily for many businesses, with mobile communication taking precedence – from Wi-Fi or 5G calls to WhatsApp messaging and remote meetings. Furthermore, the likes of Microsoft Teams are also constantly evolving. 1: Save yourself a bundle. 3: Embrace the future.

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Meta's Launching Sassy Chatbots, Instagram Creates AI Stickers, And Twitter Axes Misinformation Reports: Monday Social Media News Roundup

Buffer Social

This could provide a sense of security and control for users, a step towards addressing privacy concerns which, in turn, may encourage more creators to join the platform. You can now sort your 'Following' accounts and log into multiple accounts on mobile. The platform is also testing an edit button.

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The Complete Guide to LinkedIn Events


LinkedIn Events is Microsoft’s (much anticipated) professional answer to Facebook Events. For Microsoft, it is also serves a second purpose, which is a way to reduce LinkedIn users’ dependence on third-party tools like Meetup to invite their LinkedIn followers to virtual or in-person events. On mobile, tap “Manage Event.”.

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Bing for Schools: No Ads for Students

Bill Hartzer

Microsoft has launched Bing for Schools , a national pilot program that allows schools to choose to avoid the commercialization of their students’ internet searches. Schools participating in the search pilot will receive ad-free Bing search, strict filtering to help block adult content, and augmented privacy protections.

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Facebook About to Drop a Bomb on Foursquare?


Changes announced today to Facebook’s privacy agreement suggest the company is about to flip the switch and add location-based capabilities to the social network. Or Microsoft Word, which added HTML capability years ago but will never be used by serious Web developers. I don’t think so. Wagers anyone? *

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Facebook Filed for a Trademark on the Word Meta. You Should See the Description.

Bill Hartzer

I have literally copied the G&S description in Microsoft Word to check the word count, and it is 32 pages long and 16,728 words total. To give you an idea of what is typical for a trademark application, I would say that they “typical” description of goods and services is usually a few sentences, or a paragraph at best.

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