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Relying on texts to help protect your accounts is no longer a good idea
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# Safety First

Relying on texts to help protect your accounts is no longer a good idea

Jun 27th 2016, 8:00 PM 18,887 Views 5 Comments

You really should be using two-step authentication, but it’s best to switch to apps dedicated to the task if you haven’t already.

Why you should be using two-step verification for all your accounts
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Why you should be using two-step verification for all your accounts

May 17th 2014, 5:00 PM 17,071 Views 12 Comments

One of the best ways to keep your accounts safe only requires a phone that can receive SMS messages.

Explainer: Why has Getty Images made 35 million images free to use?
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Explainer: Why has Getty Images made 35 million images free to use?

Mar 6th 2014, 2:55 PM 12,737 Views 5 Comments

The media site is allowing everyone to embed its images onto their sites for free, but what does it gain from such a move?

Anti-fraud startup does away with bills (at least for ID purposes)
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Anti-fraud startup does away with bills (at least for ID purposes)

Feb 11th 2014, 3:23 PM 10,090 Views 14 Comments

Cork-based startup Trustev, which prevents online fraud by using your social media accounts, is bringing the same verification process to physical stores.

Here's how you can tell whether an image is real or fake
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Here's how you can tell whether an image is real or fake

Jan 5th 2014, 9:45 AM 44,826 Views 25 Comments

If an image looks too amazing to be true, chances are it probably is.

23 of the most common Roy Keane clichés deconstructed
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23 of the most common Roy Keane clichés deconstructed

Nov 13th 2013, 8:15 AM 9,526 Views 15 Comments

Will he really ‘get the best out of’ the Irish players? Can he be regarded as ‘a failed manager’?