Can China Enforce a VPN Crackdown?

Can China Enforce a VPN Crackdown?

The Chinese government intends to crack down on unauthorized virtual private networks in an effort to more easily regulate the Internet within its borders. Can it really enforce a VPN Crackdown? Let’s check it out.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
Is HTTPS Always Necessary?

Is HTTPS Always Necessary?

Since 2007 the ubiquity of “https://” in URLs has increased almost exponentially. Is using HTTPS everywhere necessarily a good thing?

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
5 of the Best WordPress Antispam Plugins

5 of the Best WordPress Antispam Plugins

For a WordPress site comment spam is one of the worst nightmares for an admin. Here are 5 of the best WordPress Antispam Plugins to protect your site.

By Ada Ivanova -
Does The FCC Protect Internet Privacy?

Does The FCC Protect Internet Privacy?

With a new set of rules that would compel your ISP to ask questions before gathering your data, is it actually going to protect privacy for people on the Web?

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
How to Avoid Fake and Bad Videos on YouTube

How to Avoid Fake and Bad Videos on YouTube

YouTube has a lot of poorly-rated, bad and even fake videos that can waste your valuable time. Here are a few tweaks for you to avoid bad videos on YouTube.

By Robert Zak -
Why You Should Take a Social Media Detox

Why You Should Take a Social Media Detox

Agree or not, we are spending too much time on social media. Here are four reasons you should seriously consider a social media detox.

By Cosette Jarrett -
5 Tips for Protecting Your Privacy on Facebook

5 Tips for Protecting Your Privacy on Facebook

With Facebook frequently changing the rules about how public your various details are, it’s important to continue to protect your privacy on Facebook. Here are 5 tips to do so.

By Robert Zak -