Since the beginning of 2020, there has been a massive global shift toward working from home. This has resulted in a convergence in the use of personal and work devices, raising privacy and online security concerns. This article talks about some simple steps that can help in maintaining your online privacy and losing it.
IP is an Internet protocol. It's a numeric value assigned to your machine and used to identify where you are on the Internet. You may need to know the IP address of your router to set it up. Find out more about it and how you can find your own IP address.
One of the most serious perceived risks of augmented reality is the loss of privacy. Because AR technology can see what users are doing, user privacy is jeopardized. AR collects far more information about who users are and what they are doing than social networking or other types of technology.
Every gamer wants the finest possible gaming experience, and no one wants to be irritated by lag. Ping is the time it takes for data to be transferred from your computer to the server (or another player's computer) and back to your computer in an online video game and is measured in milliseconds.
Incognito mode is a browser feature that prevents information you type into your browser from being tracked by others. Incognito is a Chrome browser extension that protects your privacy while browsing public Wi-Fi networks as it automatically clears all tab data every time you close the browser.
A French father was desperate to stop his kids from spending too much time on social media that he created an "internet jammer" by accident, which led to shutting down the internet for the entire town.