Better protection against Man in the Middle phishing attacks

Posted by Jonathan Skelker, Product Manager, Account Security We’re constantly working to improve our phishing protections to keep your information secure. Last year, we announced that we would require JavaScript to be enabled in your browser when you sign in so that we can run a risk assessment whenever credentials are entered on a sign-in page and block the sign-in if we suspect an attack. This is yet another layer…

April 18, 2019
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Google Chrome to get a Reader Mode

Google’s Chrome browser will get a Reader Mode, similar to the one found in competing browsers like Firefox and the old Microsoft Edge. The feature is currently under development, but Chrome Canary users can test it starting today. Chrome’s Reader Mode will work by stripping pages of most of their useless content, such as ads, comments sections, or animations, and leave a bare-bones version behind, showing only titles, article text,…

April 18, 2019
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Never Forget That You Are Being Watched

By David Balaban
What data do Facebook, Google, and mobile apps collect, do mobile carriers listen to your calls? Read this post and find answers to these and other privacy questions as well as get tips on how to protect your personal data. It has beco…

April 18, 2019
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Google agrees to pay $3.8 million to Louisville to clean up failed fiber roadways

Google has agreed to pay Louisville $3.84 million in order to restore roads and public rights-of-way following the tech giant’s exit from the fiber business in the city. On Monday, the Louisville Metro Government (LMG) said the amount has been agreed to fulfill Google’s obligations under franchise agreements and local regulations, which state that rights-of-way must be restored should a service provider remove itself from the area. Over the next…

April 16, 2019
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