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FBI have $15m of my money?

Hang on, I don’t remember having $15m in the first place!

Fake Pages on Facebook

Beware of fake pages on Facebook and other social networks. Continue reading

Covid-19 Exposure Logging (Android & Apple)

Rumours of a hack or forced privacy breach are circulating. Talk of a COVID-19 tracker being forced on you without your consent or knowledge. If you follow the instructions your will indeed find settings called “COVID-19 Exposure Logging” or “COVID-19 exposure notifications”. These are just part of Apple’s / Google’s background work on their joint … Continue reading

Privacy v Regulation

This is an argument that has raged for several years now – and there is not an issue say answer. When we hear of an atrocity such as the one in London (03/Jun/2017) it is often followed by itv some statement or comment about radicalisation, possibly via the Internet.  It is true that social media … Continue reading

Think of Grandma

Here’s a helpful hint. Never do anything online you won’t do in front of your Gran. Seriously. This stuff can come back and bite you. The embarrassment and harm to your reputation can be severe.

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