Facebook Works to Change Terms and Conditions to Enhance User Friendliness Facebook has been facing backlash recently due to the security scandal tied to Cambridge Analytica. This scandal has created a ripple effect regarding concerns expressed by users. Users of the social media platform are concerned about how their data has been used in the past, […]
VTech has updated their Terms & Conditions (T&C) to hold parents responsible for any future data breaches, but is it legal?
Does anyone really read the End-User License Agreement (EULA) before putting a check mark into the infamous “I ACCEPT” box?
Measuring just how complex today’s ‘terms and conditions’ are.
7 years after one lucky PC Pitstop customer won $1,000 by simply reading our End-User License Agreement (EULA) — our experiment continues to garner attention in articles detailing the dangers of unread EULAs.
Blogger Kristen Kenneay & Zdnet’s Ed Bott took a deep dive into Microsoft’s Windows 7 Home Premium EULA and found a clause that suggests you will be able to install one copy of the new operating system “on three computers in your household for use by people who reside there”.
Your kids are being targeted by spyware and other Internet-based threats. What can you do to help them surf safely?
In the first installment of this series, we showed how various Web sites and software publishers target your children and teenagers with threats such as spyware and adware. Now let’s look at what you can teach your kids about how to surf more safely in spite of the dangers. We’ll highlight some of the danger signs that can provide a tip that something is amiss, and show how to respond in a way that can protect your kids and your computer.
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