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Words That Can Ruin Your Sentence

How to check what data Google holds on you - and how you can limit it

In order for Google to identify you, you have to have a Google account. Without one Google may well have anonymous data about you as a cookie on on a …

How to delete your Google location history: Stop Google keeping tabs on your whereabouts

<b>Google can track where you go and at what times you visit. Here's how to delete your Google location history. (Also see: How to turn off Google</b> …

How to use TOR

With privacy becoming much more of a pressing issue in today’s modern world both online and off, many people are turning to use The Onion Router …

Thinking of venturing on to the Dark Web? You might want to change your mind

The internet is a much, much bigger place than you probably realise. You know about Facebook, Google, BBC iPlayer and Amazon, but do you really know …

Double your fun with these irregular plurals!

Supposedly vs. Supposably

Have you ever heard someone use the word <i>supposably</i> and wondered what they meant? Maybe it’s a synonym for <i>supposedly</i>? Or a mistake? <i>Supposedly</i> and</i> …

Accept vs. Except

Do I <i>accept</i> an invitation or <i>except</i> it? If someone is left off of an invitation list, has she been <i>excepted</i> or <i>accepted</i>? What’s the difference between …

Empathy vs. Sympathy

How are <i>empathy</i> and <i>sympathy</i> the same?<p>The terms <i>empathy</i> and <i>sympathy</i> are often confused, and with good reason. Both of the words deal with the …

Disinterested vs. Uninterested

If a new movie stars an actor you can’t stand, are you <i>disinterested</i> or <i>uninterested</i> in paying to go see it on opening night? These two words are often …

Assume vs. Presume

The words <i>assume</i> and <i>presume</i> both mean that you take something for granted as being true, but the difference is based on how certain you are. <i>Assume</i> is …

The Turing Phone Is Built to Be Unhackable and Unbreakable

SYL Chao opens his silver briefcase and lays it on the table. He deftly puts on white gloves and begins to unwrap white cloths from three rectangular …

That vs. Which

To understand when to use <i>that</i> vs. <i>which</i>, it’s important to keep in mind the difference between and restrictive and nonrestrictive clauses. In formal …