Ubiquitous. It is now possible for you and your information to be everywhere, whether: online or hardcopy; at home or on the road; posting an email, Facebook status, Tweet, or family photos to Flicker; using a desktop, laptop, mobile or GPS device, credit card or US mail; simply walking down the street, making an ATM transaction, or zipping through the EZ-Pass FastLane; or a multitude of other scenarios (how many can you name?).
Ubiquitous. More ways and places U can share your information, or others can learn about U even without your knowing it. More reasons to learn how to protect yourself and guard your privacy.
- Data Privacy Day
- Browsing in Private Mode / Incognito Browsing
- Search Engines That Don't Track You
- Email Privacy
- Filesharing & Copyright
- Identity Finder
- Identity Theft
- Safety Online: Transactions & Interactions
- Phishing Threats + See the Phish Bowl (brown.edu/go/phishbowl) for a listing of phishing alerts
- Safe Browsing
- Smart Alternatives to Password Sharing
- Social Networking Safety
- Strong Passwords
- Your PII (Personally Identifiable Information)