What happens if you die or become incapacitated, and nobody else knows any of your passwords, personal identification numbers, access codes and login IDs?
One company is already at the forefront of combating this new ransomware attack, and for investors, it could be a rather lucrative opportunity.
Without asking us, Big Data companies harvest, analyze and sell every scrap of data they can glean from our use of their products.
These “cyborgs” are being lured in with the promise of convenience. The only problem is that they are giving up more and more of their privacy.
Congress voted to repeal a rule that protected your online privacy. I have a solution to this travesty that works for me … and will work for you too.
Toy Story got a few things right. OK, your childhood toys probably aren’t going on adventures, but some toys, like the Vizio smart TVs I mentioned last week, can spy on you.
Did you know your house is haunted? Well, it is if you bought a certain popular smart TV. This “ghost” captures 100 billion personal data points a day, and that info is up for sale.
Alexa and similar Internet of Things (IoT) technologies have become part of the current zeitgeist. They can remember everything input into them … and the Feds are salivating for this data.