Mike RothmanMacworld

Protect your privacy: e-mail

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Despite the rise of social networks and Twitter, e-mail is still the way many of us communicate. But it can put a tremendous amount of your private data at risk. Here are some tips for minimizing that risk.

Protect your privacy: online shopping

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When you’re buying online, it can be hard to tell whether you’re dealing with a legitimate merchant or the online equivalent of that guy on the street selling counterfeit watches. Here are some tips for safe shopping.

Protect your privacy: avoid identity theft

When you’re buying online, it can sometimes be hard to tell whether you’re dealing with a legitimate merchant or the online equivalent of that guy selling counterfeit watches on 33rd Street. Most shoppers focus on maintaining the privacy of their credit card data, and that’s good. But that’s not the only privacy concern you should have while shopping online.

Protect your privacy: secure your network

It’s all well and good to take precautions when browsing, e-mailing, or using a social network. But if you’re doing all that over an insecure network, your privacy could still be at risk.

Protect your privacy: protect your e-mail

Despite the rise of social networks and Twitter, e-mail is still the way many of us communicate. But it can put a tremendous amount of your private data at risk.