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Can You Remove Search Engine Results?
Search engines on the Internet have grown from relatively small databases of websites people might find useful to enormous caches of millions of web pages, both old and new. “Google” is now used colloquially as a verb, and often the first move made by an employer or an online dater is to perform a web […]
Can You Trust Airplane Wi-Fi?
Flying isn’t what it used to be in many ways, especially when it comes to technology. Not only can passengers today use their electronic devices throughout the entire flight, but many airplanes now come with Wi-Fi networks so travelers can stay connected from 30,000+ feet above the ground. We’ve talked about public Wi-Fi networks and […]
WhatsApp Adds End-to-End Encryption: What You Need to Know
Early in April, right on the heels of the FBI vs. Apple conflict, the instant messaging service WhatsApp announced that it had deployed end-to-end encryption, joining other popular messaging apps like Apple’s iMessage in using this security feature. While this announcement really only affects WhatsApp’s 1 billion or so users, it shows that some of the […]
Credit Reports 101: How to Check Your Credit Reports
One of the most important parts of understanding and maintaining your financial health is awareness of what your credit reports say. Surprisingly, a large amount of Americans have never checked their credit reports or only check them infrequently. A Google Consumer study conducted in 2013 by TransUnion determined that a third of adults in the […]
What Is Identity Theft Anyway?
Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information, such as your Social Security number, name or credit card number, without your permission, to commit fraud or other crimes. A thief could take out a mortgage in your name or commit a crime and pretend to be you when caught. Thieves can even use your personal information to apply for a job or use your medical insurance! Learn more about identity theft.
How To Protect Yourself
It's actually easy to help protect yourself against identity theft. Identity theft protection services do the work for you by monitoring your personal information to detect and/or prevent identity theft. We recommend identity theft protection services that monitor several different types of information for fraudulent activity, including your credit reports, public records, and black market websites where stolen information is bought and sold. Identity thieves can strike in numerous ways, so the more protection you have, the better. View our full comparison for more details.
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