Maybe turning off the cell phones, the computers, the personal devices that serve no more than to disconnect us from the ones we love the most would be the first step in reasserting the importance of family and ensuring that our children don’t forget the importance of family time.
Chances are you have a device of some sorts. And chances are your life is filled with beeps, and tweets and whistles and bings that keep you jumping. Ring tones that beckon, and choices to be made about whether to finish a conversation or answer a text.
The truth is that most of what people post on Facebook and other social media sites are just snapshots of the HIGHLIGHTS of their lives. They post pictures of their vacations, and their beautiful kids, and their accomplishments and plans.
A keylogger is a program that runs in the background hidden from the user that can record every keystroke. It stores all this information in a file for later retrieval.
Unfortunately, for many ordinary computer owners, the complexity of dealing with a wireless network causes them to put the security issue on the back burner.
Backing up your hard drive is the single most important thing you can do to protect your computer. Surprisingly, only about 10 percent of PC users actually have a good backup procedure in place.
It’s important to note that NONE of the posts that say, “One like equals one dollar to such and such cause,” actually donate any money to anyone. Facebook doesn’t work like that. It’s a scam. A big scam. A scam that so many people are falling for second by second in the world of social media.
The cell phone carrier industry is constantly developing new ways to be able not just to suspend service but disable your lost or stolen device altogether. With “remote wipe” you can delete all info once lost. Some carriers offer it free other carriers charge a fee.
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