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Passports: Is facial recognition the future?

TripLingo: Fixer in your pocket

TripLingo: best travel app ever? battleface blogger Sarah Gayer explores how a little technology can make the travel experience more human. Who's His and Hers? I...

How to stop email tracking

269 billion emails get sent and received every day. Nearly 40% of them are tracked. Here’s why email tracking is scary, and how to stop...

Emoji in social media

Where do I need to be careful about emoji in social media? Lots of places. That friendly wave, peace sign or heavy metal symbol can...

Doxxing | How to protect your identity online

What is doxxing? It’s become the weapon of choice for everyone from internet trolls to anti-fascists, but what is doxxing and how can you protect...

BlueBorne the Bluetooth Bug

BlueBorne is a bug targeting Bluetooth users. Out of 8.2 billion Bluetooth devices, 5.3 billion are vulnerable to attack. Needless to say, Google freaked. BlueBorne sneaks...

Internet Info Heist Part Two | Fight back!

In October 2016, the US Federal Communications Commission passed privacy rules banning sales of customer browser histories to advertisers. The measure was meant to...

Internet Info Heist | Part One

You may think that your internet history is protected. But from whom? Big biz is eroding personal privacy rights for monetary gain in the...