Tip #4: Stronger Passwords = Better Protection Stats say: 73% of users have the same password for multiple sites, 33% use the same every time. wikihow.com/Create-a-Password-

Tip #6: Add 2 Factor Authentication to all your accounts. 2FA significantly increases security by asking for an additional authentication factor, thus making it much harder to hack an account. eff.org/deeplinks/2017/09/guid

Tip #7: We all have a lot of passwords, and it’s tough to remember long strings of random characters. Try a manager. Its secure & hassle free. A few better ones out there: bitwarden.com or lesspass.com

Tip #8: We can’t stress this enough. Webcams have presented a security liability for years, yet many of us don't cover them up. PLEASE COVER YOUR ! youtu.be/XEZJYgScppc

Tip #9: Is your TV sharing your personal data? Smart TVs can collect a remarkable amount of information about their users— let’s turn it off Here’s how: consumerreports.org/privacy/ho

Tip #10: When you’re on public WiFi, File sharing is risky. Turn it off under the Sharing settings on your computer. Also turn off Network Discovery to make it more difficult for other devices on the n/w to find your laptop. techlicious.com/tip/how-to-pro

Tip #11: Many apps on your phone can extract your whereabouts using your location. Go ahead turn off the 📍 services from settings on your phone when not in use. lifehacker.com/psa-your-phone-

Tip #12: Use the "front page" rule on social networks. Don't post anything online that you never want to see on the front page of the newspaper. more: wikihow.com/Avoid-Oversharing-

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@jasper It was in the context of not shaing "private" information. The context was to highlight a newspaper front page as a "public" space.

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