LinkedIn privacy settings are just as overwhelming as any other social media settings. There’s a lot of menus, a lot buttons to enable, select, accept or reject. To make sure you have control over your information we bring you a step-by-step guide on how to enjoy LinkedIn safely.
Do you often take to social media to broadcast details about your job, employer or coworkers? Think before you share – less may be more.
The Facebook-owned messaging service plans to roll out the feature to both iOS and Android users in the coming weeks.
Dubbed Safety Mode, the feature will temporarily block authors of offensive tweets from being able to contact or follow users.
Twitter’s transparency report revealed that users aren’t quick to adopt 2FA and once they do enable it, they choose the least secure option
You can now secure your account with a physical security key as your sole 2FA method, without any additional 2FA option
Information scraped from LinkedIn user profiles includes full names, gender, email addresses and phone numbers
Your account won’t be deleted, but here's what you may want to be aware of if not even repeated reminders to accept the new policy do the trick
The social media platform is stepping up efforts to help stomp out harassment and other abusive behavior
An attacker can lock you out of the app using just your phone number and without requiring any action on your part
Reports of another trove of scraped user data add to the recent woes of popular social media platforms
Follow these easy steps to prevent your Twitter account from being hacked and to remain safe while tweeting
While chats are end-to-end encrypted, their backups are not – this may change soon
Two new tools will warn users about the risks of searching for and sharing content that exploits children, including the potential legal consequences of doing so
The incident raises concerns about the privacy and security of conversations taking place on the platform
Sharing your thoughts or photos for the world to see is now as easy as pushing a button, but even a seemingly harmless post may come back to haunt you
Millions of people flock to Signal and Telegram as WhatsApp scrambles to assuage users' concerns
Many users have until February 8 to accept the new rules – or else lose access to the app
It may be impossible to delete your personal information from Houseparty and other social media services – despite privacy legislation!
What’s the benefit of deleting your Houseparty – or any other unused – account, rather than just uninstalling the app?