Today’s Weekly Drop is a collection of questions and answers that address various aspects of protecting your privacy — online and in everyday life. Let’s take a look.
Welcome to another edition of the Weekly Drop. As spring turns to summer here in the States, it’s tempting to keep your windows open to enjoy the fresh air before it gets too hot. But you may be putting yourself and your family in danger.
Buying a gun secondhand definitely has its advantages — but there are also some risks involved. So here are some pros and cons to consider when deciding if buying a used gun is right for you.
This week’s articles highlight some important lessons — along with some great advice you can put into practice today — whether you live in a city or the middle of nowhere.
Even though they probably should be more careful, people send confidential information through email all the time. Today, I’d like to share with you a simple, secure and free way to encrypt any email that contains sensitive information.
A number of communities across the country have noticed an uptick in residential burglaries. Is yours one of them? Here are three ways you can find out what’s going on in your neighborhood.
Hackers are attacking smartphones with a new type of malware, stealing your personal information and putting you at risk. Here’s a simple way to check if your device has been infected.
You’ve probably heard that President Obama signed up for Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. ObamaCare) health care. Well, sort of. He won’t actually be using it because he already receives dandy federal government coverage, as well he should. And as would be expected, he didn’t actually sign up himself because some staff did that for him, …
Liberal supporters of the Affordable Care Act specifically, and big government in general, are quick with excuses for all the problems that Obamacare has been experiencing in these early days. We have heard: they did not have enough time, it’s complicated, it’s the insurance companies’ fault, we just need to make a few adjustments, and …
The saying goes that things have to get worse before they get better. But with Obamacare, things just keep getting worse — and then they get worse still. In private, even many critics of the law are at least a bit surprised by how poorly the rollout has gone. The question that many are asking …