Advertising statements such as "free" and "no credit card needed" imply that the product won't cost you dollars, but you will be paying with your data and personal information.
Are you unknowingly bombarding friends with random tweets with dark links? Sharing pictures and clickbait links on Instagram without your knowledge? Is your Facebook spontaneously liking pages?
A panel of top executives representing major product manufacturers, national magazines, and television networks came clean during a news conference on Tuesday.
While consumers are distracted by actions financial companies are taking to protect their credit card data from cybercriminals, personal shopping habits are being shared. Data sharing benefits and protects marketers, not consumers.
The new Medicare cards have a unique ID consisting of random numbers instead of Social Security Numbers. As a result, there has been a rise in scams as scammers try to steal these new numbers.
No, robots have not taken over the planet. But, some online users might think that's the case when they learn how advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) technology is changing the Internet.
There are several downsides to online purchases, even when it's Amazon—and these apply doubly to those tempting pop-up shops you've never heard of that show up in your Facebook and Instagram feed.
It's great to have so many choices, but how much is it costing you? Could you save money by choosing different options? Review your options using these tips.
Depending on your mobile device, you might already know Siri, Alexa, Robin, and Cortana. They have a ton of friends, mainly other apps, and they're making new ones every day.
Financial challenges can disrupting to your budget, especially if it’s tight. But what if your tight budget actually had more flexibility to accommodate these challenges?