A wise man once said: “You should never share anything on the internet unless you are ready for it to be seen by the whole world”. This is certainly something you should keep in mind especially if in fear of judgment… This is also something to...
Running a service as large as Facebook is extremely expensive. So rather than charge users like you and me a fee for accessing the social network, Facebook use our profiles to sell adverts. The more they know about us and our preferences, the more...
What separates Twitter commoners from Twitter royalty? A blue badge indicating who has a special account verified by Twitter. Beware of the cybercriminals who are taking advantage of this.
On Tinder, users make instantaneous decisions to swipe left or right—this is love in the time of the Smartphone, or so we think. You could actually be victims of an even larger plan... a scam to steal your money!
Shortened links and URLs can be dangerous for the user who clicks on them. Don't give black hats a way to look at your documents!
Social Media websites are used as popular communication platforms for cyber-criminals. In this article we explain how they share information and help eachother "phish" for personal information.
Facebook launches a new notification system to help fight phishing and identity theft.