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9 ways how identity theft works

Unfortunately, this increase in online interactions has also led to a rise in identity theft, a malicious act in which criminals steal personal information to exploit or defraud unsuspecting victims. Like other regions, Europe has had its share of identity theft, which has caused countless people financial loss and emotional distress.

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Meet the eyes and ears in your home

From smart homes and wearable devices to industrial systems and healthcare devices, the IoT has revolutionized the way we interact with technology. However, this interconnectedness also brings with it a major problem: risks to digital privacy. In this blog post, we will look at the concept of IoT and explore the potential privacy risks associated with it.

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The 4 Safest Email Providers to Secure Your Digital Correspondence

In today's interconnected world, email has become an indispensable tool for communication. Whether you're sending personal messages or conducting business transactions, the security of your emails is of paramount importance. With the ever-increasing threats of hacking, phishing, and data breaches, it's crucial to choose a secure email provider. In this blog post, we will explore the three safest email providers that prioritize user privacy and security.

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The future of free speech

From August 2023, major social media platforms will have to fully comply with the EU Digital Services Regulation. This obliges all "Very Large Online Platforms" (VLOPs) to quickly remove illegal content, hate speech and so-called disinformation from their platforms. Let's examine the impact on freedom of expression and privacy

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Kids and teens have never known a world without data sharing

It’s not like you just walked into the kitchen one morning and your kid was sucking on a binky and editing Wikipedia, right? But somehow it is pretty close to that. For years there’s been an ongoing conversation on internet usage in families’ lives, and in 2020, the pandemic made us come face-to-face with that elephant in the room: the internet.

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3 signals you’re suffering a Digital Burnout

Digital burnout symptoms can vary from person to person, and it's important to pay attention to these signs in order to take timely action to prevent and heal. This may mean taking conscious breaks from digital devices, reserving time for personal relationships and offline activities, and developing strategies to manage stress.

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e-SIM and data protection: convenience or safeguarding data?

As e-SIM technology continues to revolutionize mobile connectivity, the debate around its implications for data privacy rages on. Is the convenience of e-SIMs compromising our data security, or are they the future's safeguard for our personal information? Explore the delicate balance between modern convenience and data protection in this insightful article.

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European Parliament rejects mass facial recognition using artificial intelligence

The new European law on artificial intelligence, which has been negotiated during the last months, builds on the proposal presented by the European Commission in April 2021 to set standards for security and fundamental rights and will also establish strict rules for the use of artificial language models such as ChatGPT.

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Are Quantum Computers about to Break Digital Privacy?

Quantum computing alone—just one of three main areas of emerging quantum technology. Security researchers have been busy developing a number of alternative cryptographic systems that are seen as less likely to succumb to a quantum attack, called post-quantum or quantum-safe. But researchers might also discover better quantum algorithms in the future that can beat these systems. Security researchers have been busy developing a number of alternative cryptographic systems that are seen as less likely to succumb to a quantum attack, called post-quantum or quantum-safe. But researchers might also discover better quantum algorithms in the future that can beat these systems.

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The Human Mind in the Digital Age: An Introduction to Cyberpsychology

In today's hyper-connected world, where our lives are increasingly intertwined with technology, the study of cyberpsychology has emerged as a fascinating and critical field of research. Cyberpsychology delves into the complex interactions between humans and technology, examining how our online activities impact our behavior, thoughts, and emotions. In this blog post, we will explore the realm of cyberpsychology, its significance, and some of the key insights it offers.

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