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Today's blog post: Why You Shouldn’t Use Public Wi-Fi to Shop Online: People are more suspicious of public Wi-Fi networks than of public toilet seats, according to a recent opinion poll, but that doesn’t stop us from using them. Despite the digital risks from the theft of your personal data, including passwords and private pictures, people still choose convenience. Because Wi-Fi hotspots do not require authentication to get http://dlvr.it/PJ3WY9

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Today's blog post: U.S. Consumers Should Get More Protection Under New EU Rules: A new set of rules going into effect in Europe means customers of some U.S. companies will get extra protection for their personal data, according to reports. Companies, such as banks, credit cards and insurance companies, have to be more transparent with how they collect data on EU citizens under the General Data Protection Regulation, http://dlvr.it/P6Ly8g

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Today's blog post: Driving Distracted Creates ‘Hangover Effect,’ AAA Says: Technology has allowed us to stay connected in new ways, but sending a text message or replying to an email from behind the wheel can cause a “hangover effect,” according to AAA. In a 2013 study, researchers at the AAA Foundation for Traffic & Safety found that a driver’s mind stays distracted for up to http://dlvr.it/P0Xt99

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Today's blog post: Five Things To Know About The Fault Capable of Producing a 7.0 Quake in Southern California: A series of fault lines previously thought to be unrelated is actually one long fault that could generate a 7.4 magnitude earthquake in Southern California, a new study shows.  Here are five things to know about the surprising study: The Newport-Inglewood/Rose Canyon fault system runs through San Diego, Orange and Los Angeles counties, according to the http://dlvr.it/NmGB9z

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Today's blog post: Device helps thieves steal cars, study shows: A device developed by engineers for manufacturers to test the vulnerability of vehicle systems is allowing thieves to steal cars that use key fobs. The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) says the boxy device, about the size of a smartphone, captures a signal from a nearby key fob then uses the signal to gain entry http://dlvr.it/NCcgTq

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Today's blog post: Do college students need renters insurance?: Near the bottom of things on college students minds is insurance. But students who are living off-campus in a rented apartment, condo or house need to think about renters insurance. Most students living off-campus have thousands of dollars worth of electronics, furniture and other personal belongings which are not covered by your landlord’s insurance. That means if http://dlvr.it/MqJld1

Today's blog post: How homeowners can save on their premiums: If you haven’t looked at your homeowners insurance policy lately you’re not alone. Just over half (56%) of the respondents in a recent Travelers Co. survey said they check their homeowners’ policy at least once a year. That means many people are “missing out on ways to save,” Angi Orbann, second vice president of personal http://dlvr.it/MqJgcd

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Today's blog post: Choosing which road to travel could factor into your car insurance: Most drivers don’t give much thought about the roads they take, but that route could potentially add dollars to your auto insurance. Big insurers including Allstate, State Farm and Travelers are pushing for trip-based insurance rates, which will charge customers based on the riskiness of each trip they take. Using tracking technology, drivers’ rates would change http://dlvr.it/Mq3JK1

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Today's blog post: Government moves to protect cars against cyber attacks: New guidelines have been issued for automakers and developers seeking to protect the computers that control vehicles.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration suggested a series of protections to prevent a vehicle from misbehaving even when it is hacked, according to the Washington Post.  “If a cyberattack is detected, the safety risk to vehicle occupants and surrounding road users http://dlvr.it/MZ0yTt

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Today's blog post: Your ATM is the newest target for cyberthieves: Cyberthieves have a new target to get at your money: ATMs. The automated teller machine is getting a security upgrade to accept debit and credit cards with security chips, like the check-out lines, but the slow transition is an opportunity for cyberthieves. The number of ATMs compromised by criminals jumped more than sixfold from 2014, http://dlvr.it/MXzHjC
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