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7 Great Security Practices to Make Sure Your Social Media is Safe & Private

Social media provides a world of opportunities for an organization or individual to promote and expand a brand. A powerful form of communication that uses the internet, social media can provide any organization with a strong global presence. Most organizations...

How Brand Trust Can Benefit by Preserving Digital Privacy

Consumer data is valuable, and nowadays, all businesses wish to get to know their clients as closely as possible. However, certain strategies can spook potential clients. For instance, predicting your clients’ preferences and future purchases might seem like the...

Amazon’s New Household Robot Can Learn Your Family’s Habits

Amazon has revealed a new camera-equipped home robot that can patrol homes and investigate activity on your orders in a move that the billion-dollar tech giant is calling "a breakthrough for security and convenience." The "Astro" robot as Amazon calls...

Confidential Computing – Why Privacy Should be the Heart of Digital Experiences

In this past year, the consumer experience came to the forefront. As we faced various stages of lockdowns, we turned to online banking, seeing our doctors remotely, running our businesses using technology and socialising through a screen. Digital interactions...

7 Vital Facebook Settings You Can Change Right Now to Protect Your Privacy

Nowadays it is more common than not to be working from home, and while this does offer advantages, it opens us up to many lurking dangers from cybercriminals and otherwise. Now more than ever we should try to protect ourselves...

COVID-19 Contact Tracing and its Challenges with Data Privacy

Recent years have seen a marked shift in the way technology interacts with our data privacy. As people live and work in an increasingly digital world, they are also becoming more aware of the information they share and the...

Zoom Denies End-to-End Encryption to Free Users

Videoconferencing company Zoom confirmed this week that it won't enable its end-to-end encryption for free calls because it wants to allow law enforcement access to these calls if necessary. Zoom's statement about the policy reads: "Zoom does not proactively monitor...

41% of Parents are Suspicious of their Children’s Social Media

The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has forced families to spend their free time mostly at home. Staying at home usually also means spending much time using different Internet-connected devices. For clear reasons, children’s growing online activity can cause lots of...

TikTok Accused of Breaching Child Privacy Regulations

At least twenty advocacy groups have accused TikTok of violating child privacy regulations in the US and breaching a settlement that the viral video app agreed with the Federal Trade Commission last year over a previous privacy complaint. The groups,...

Top 5 Most Trending Stories – Week in Review

As this week comes to a close we take a look at the stories that resonated most with our readers. Tech often reflects the world around us as viewers gravitated towards stories involving services that offer aid and information on...
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R500 Million Investment to Enhance Broadband in SA Townships

This financial year, Vodacom Eastern Cape plans to invest R500 million as part of its larger digital inclusion strategy...
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