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Breaking up or getting divorced? How to remove your ex from your digital life

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

You get married or move in together, and your lives are tied in countless ways: a mortgage, the power bill, and your relationship status on social media sites. Then it ends, and you're left with a lot of heartaches and a lot of work. It's bad enough thinking about everything strangers know about you. Tap or click for the steps to do a thorough background check on yourself, so you know what others can dig up. Someone who knows you well has access to so much more info.


Before you die, decide who gets access to your online accounts and digital files

FOX News

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Have you given any thought as to what you want to happen to your accounts, files, photos, and the rest of your online life once you're gone? If the number of calls and requests I am getting for help on my national radio show is any indication, do it now while you're thinking about it. In life, it's hard enough to keep it all secure.


Before you die, decide who gets access to your online accounts and digital files

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

Have you given any thought as to what you want to happen to your accounts, files, photos, and the rest of your online life once you're gone? If the number of calls and requests I am getting for help on my national radio show is any indication, do it now while you're thinking about it. In life, it's hard enough to keep it all secure. That's why I continually focus on the ever-changing steps to keep you safe. Tap or click for five smartphone security steps to take now to keep hackers and scammers out.


Hackers, scammers and advertisers are after you: 5 smartphone security steps to take now

FOX News

U.S. Congressional candidate Karoline Leavitt, R-N.H., who was censored by Twitter runs for office. Go anywhere online, and it feels like someone is watching. That's because, well, they are. Did you know there's a secret advertiser ID hiding your smartphone? It can easily be traced directly to you and reveals things like your physical address and IP address.


5 smartphone security fixes to keep your data safe from hackers, scammers and advertisers

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

Go anywhere online and it feels like someone is watching. That's because, well, they are. Did you know there's a secret mobile advertiser ID on your smartphone that knows where you live and what you've shopped for online recently? It can easily be traced directly to you and reveals things like your physical address and IP address. More often than not, this data is packaged up and sold to the highest bidder.