May 18, 2019

Singapore Passes Bill To Criminalise ‘Fake News’ Online, Including Social Media

Following Malaysia, Russia, and Vietnam who have passed similar laws, Singapore is now following in their footsteps with the passing of their latest fake news bill, despite concerns raised by journalists, academics and global technology companies over free speech and abuse of power.   WHAT THE LAW COVERS The Protection of Online Falsehoods […]
April 27, 2019

5 Ways To Anonymously Browse Facebook

Facebook works with over 190 marketing partners that work with thousands retailers and advertisers. All of your Facebook data is shared with hundreds of data broker companies, all of which are equally vulnerable to cyber-attacks, like the one that happened to Equifax. Data brokers who bought your data from Facebook will sell it […]
December 16, 2018

Twitter Says It Keeps A List Of All Your Interests – Here’s How To Find It

Twitter, like many of the other social media giants collects a lot of data on you to personalise your experience on the site, including a list of all the things it believes you are interested in known as your “Twitter inferred interests”. Based on your online activities and even your browsing activities outside […]
July 26, 2018

6 Simple Tips to Secure Your Social Media Accounts (Which Are Free!)

Social media and social networks has taken the world by storm and it has changed the very ways of how we digest news, learn new information on the world around us, follow ‘influencers’ who dictate what is cool and what is not, and perform our online shopping or business marketing, . It seems […]