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How to Stay Secure on Public Computers in 2018

You don’t know what’s on it. That’s the biggest problem when it comes to public computers. It’s hard to stay secure on public computers if you don’t know what kind of hidden software is on them. If you meet somebody, you can generally tell what they are like. You can feel their vibes. With a computer, you don’t know. Somebody could be l..

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China Is Banning VPN Services - 1 Billion People Without Freedom

The entire world went crazy about net neutrality yet that’s not a big problem compared to what China is doing as China is banning VPN services. That’s huge. Sure, net neutrality might result in you having a slower connection to a certain website. It might also result in you having to pay to use a certain website. Unless you use a VPN service of..

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How to Stay Secure When Using Wi-Fi at Airports

How to stay secure when using Wi-Fi at airports? Well, first you actually need to have Wi-Fi to use. Big airports provide it. Small, lack it. And if it gets too crowded, it often stops working. You could use your data from your phone, but that doesn’t work too great at airports either. But let’s assume that you are lucky enough to have Wi-Fi at..

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Why You Will Need to Use a VPN in 2018

Russia. China. This entire planet. THings are changing. Some countries are removing freedom on the internet. Others are adding more in theory but actually reducing it. The US for instance. One thing is for sure. Things on the internet are changing, and there’s more than one reason on why you need to use a VPN in 2018. To Access Content at th..

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What Will Happen With the Lack of Net Neutrality in the US

Have the fastest possible internet in your country. Pay for the best cables, routers, and extenders. Watch your 4K House of Cards in Full HD because “your internet is too slow.” That’s what the lack of net neutrality might look like. Except watching something in HD instead of 4k might be your smallest problem. Perhaps you’ll have to pay to..

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How to Stay Safe on the Internet in 2018

Do you think that you are safe on the internet? So did I before I got a letter from my internet provider that stated that they weren’t monitoring my activities but that they saw that I accessed a forbidden site. HOW WOULD SOMEBODY KNOW THIS IF THEY WEREN’T MONITORING MY ACTIVITIES? 2018 is around the corner. A lot of countries are getting st..

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How to Stay Secure While in Starbucks - Using Free Wi-Fi

Starbucks. Pretty good coffee. But it’s not about the coffee. It’s about the place. People go there to work. People go there on dates. People go there to meet up with people. Nice atmosphere, well when it’s not overpacked of course. And it is a great place to work in. There’s plenty of sockets. There’s Wi-Fi. There are tables. It’s..

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How to Save Money on Last-Minute Flights

You’ve probably heard many tips about how to save money on flights. But most of these aren’t about how to save money on last-minute flights. It’s great to find out that we can save money if we fly during a certain season, but that is of no help to us if we need to fly ASAP. And ASAP flights tend to cost a lot. So how do you save money on..

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How to stay secure at Web Summit - 2017

Web Summit is called the greatest tech conference in the world. It’s also one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but with 60,000 people at an event, there come some risks, both digitally and physically. How do you stay secure at Web Summit? Firstly, the chances of somebody stealing your information or items are low. People don..

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How to Unblock Websites in China

Internet and China don't get along. There are so many big internet apps and sites that you can’t access in China. Do you want to Google something? You won't get your answer. Do you want to learn something on YouTube? You can't. Do you want to tweet about your trip on Twitter? 140 characters limit? Well, in China, zero is the limit. Facebook? For..

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