There’s an old expression, “I’ve met the enemy and he is us.” When it comes to cyber-security, “us” may just stand for “U.S.” I’ve attended the RSA security
Frame from a YouTube video on extreme‘neknomination’ The Irish Mirror calls it “sickening online drinking craze,” and that’s factually correct.
This post first appeared in the San Jose Mercury News There was a big flap last week over the game “Flappy Bird,” an iPhone and Android app that was pulled out of
Senator Charles Schumer with student panel at U.S. Safer Internet Day (photo: Sarah Baker) It was a great honor that ConnectSafely.org, the non-profit Internet Safety
View the live webcast here from 9:00 AM to noon Eastern (6:00 to 9:00 PT) by Larry Magid This column first appeared in the San Jose Mercury News For the past 11 years, the
This post is adapted from one that first appeared on Forbes.com Parental controls: Supervised user For parents, Google has added the ability to create a “supervised
This post first appeared on Forbes.com FTC enters into agreement with Apple on children’s apps The Federal Trade Commission announced that it has entered into a consent
Thanks in part to Edward Snowden’s revelations of NSA snooping, privacy was a dominant theme in 2013 and will continue to be in 2014. To me, there are three major sources