- By PCMag
To find out if you were ensnared in the latest Facebook data leak, don't rely on the social network (which isn't even notifying users whose data has been affected). Instead, you'll want to use a third-party website, which can also be problematic. Here's how to best find out if your phone number was compromised, how to tighten your privacy on the network, and how to delete FB forever, if you so wish.
- Business Insider - Dave Johnson
While your iPhone adds a lot of convenience to your daily drive thanks to its music and podcast access, voice calls, navigation, and more, it's also unsafe (and possibly illegal) to fiddle with your phone...
- By Mashable
Smart TVs have long dominated the home entertainment marketplace, but when you load your gadgets with cameras and behind-the-scenes monitoring, then connect them to the internet, you often get more than you bargained for. And no, slapping tape over your smart TV's camera and disabling the mic isn't enough to protect your in-home privacy. Here's how to actually make your smart TV a little dumb — and why you should.