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Ali Raza

Ali is a freelance journalist with 5 years of experience in web journalism and marketing. He contributes to various online publications. With a master degree, now he combines his passions for writing about internet security and technology. When he is not working, he loves traveling and playing games.

Don’t let ISPs Monetize Web History: Here’s How

Ever since the FCC’s privacy rules were voted out of the picture by the US government, the internet users have felt vulnerable, and their ISPs have got a green light when it comes to selling the private user data. For many of the US citizens, this is not acceptable, and those who knew how have already started finding ways of protecting themselves and their privacy, and making it that much ha...[Read More]

Net Neutrality’s Worldwide Impact

Ever since the Internet came to be, big time corporations were fighting everyone over it, subjecting it to their whims, rules, and policies. Talks about its neutrality are no new thing, and many believe that it should be an open platform. This war on net neutrality is slowly but surely reaching its climax. The conversations, votes and all kinds of other attempts to do something about this issue ha...[Read More]

5 Quick Tips You Should Teach Your Kids About Data Privacy

For some people, the Internet is a scary place, a terrifying wilderness where anything is possible, and that’s better not to get involved with it at all. This sort of thing was possible once, but it’s becoming harder and harder to do. For some of the adults, trying to live without the internet is hard, but still possible if you’re determined. For your children, it’s complet...[Read More]

7 Data Privacy Tips You Can Learn from Teens

Today’s teenagers are always online, always connected to the Internet, the world and each other. Wherever you look, you see teens and young adults texting, tweeting, liking, taking selfies, posting pictures, and staring at their phones, tablets, and laptops, doing who knows what on their preferred social media. This is the generation that grew up with this technology, and it’s their wo...[Read More]

Mobile Malware on the Rise: Tips to Keep Your Android Safe

Many people miss the good old days when your mobile phone was just your mobile phone, and not that smaller of your computers, the one that you’re in habit of constantly carrying around. Mobile phones have had a rapid advancement rate in the last decade, and mobile malware has followed and is now on the rise as well. Especially since 2015. If you’re in need of tips on how to protect you...[Read More]

Internet Safety Tips to Protect Your Teens

As you know, the number of social media is rising all the time, as well as their popularity. They’re especially interesting to teenagers and children that are about to go into teenage hood. Since we all know what kind of a place the Internet is, it can be expected that your child might feel upset and react negatively to some disturbing content or rude online behavior. That’s why itR...[Read More]

5 Ways Your Digital Device Could Be Hacked

Since we live in an age where we rely so heavily on technology, it’s important to be remembered about its security risks, from time to time. The situation in our homes, but in public as well, is not as it used to be. We’re no longer safe just because no one’s openly threatening us, and most of the attacks on you will be hidden, stealthy, quiet, and it will probably cause more dam...[Read More]

How to Prevent Phishing Attacks

The most popular, and definitely the most tenacious cyber crimes in the last several years have been the phishing attacks. All around the world, people are constantly getting fake emails claiming to be coming from corporate companies, government institutions, and even famous organizations. The truth is, they’re not, and if you’ve received one or more of those emails, you were a target ...[Read More]

5 Ways The Internet of Things Could Kill You

Many of the devices used in every-day life now have a connection to the Internet. We’ve started with computers and laptops, went to tablets and smartphones, but then it hit us, we can connect anything. We’ve started connecting cars, robots, watches and everything in between, and then, even more, things. This connection that any device might have with the Internet is called The Internet...[Read More]

How to Unblock websites at UCLA

Internet censorship is not a new thing, and it’s been around as long as the Internet itself, but in the last couple of years, more and more things are being censored, and access to many places online is dropping rapidly for a lot of Internet users. Some online places are censored because they’re deemed illegal by some countries’ governments, and others are censored for other, les...[Read More]

How to use VPN with AT&T to Protect Data

As you probably already know, a recent vote by the US Senate has brought some changes in many people’s online lives. On March 22, the US Senate decided to roll back FCC’s privacy regulations that were supposed to take effect on Mach 2. The FCC’s rules were first introduced in last October, and, after their approval, were supposed to take effect on March 2nd, 2017. This never happ...[Read More]

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