Monthly Archives: September 2011

Today Is International Right To Know Day

International Right to Know Day was established by access to information advocates from around the globe. It was first celebrated on 28 September 2003, and 2011 will see the 9th International Right to Know Day. The aim of Right to … Continue reading

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Who knows what about you and how do they do it?

You would be surprised how much information about you is publically available and is also used by companies to target their products at you. Let us imagine that Mark is a 20-something who enjoys using a popular social networking site. … Continue reading

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How To Get Your Facebook Pages Back The Way They Were…

HOW TO GET YOUR FEED BACK TO NORMAL AGAIN: To get your Facebook feed back to normal: 1.  go to your Account then go to Notifications. 2. At the top right is a box that says Email Frequency. 3. Un-check the box, … Continue reading

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Do you know who you give your information to?

“Excuse me, do you have a few minutes to spare?” is the usual opening line from a ‘chugger’ the name now given to the groups of young people that are in the High Street, usually in a diamond or square … Continue reading

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Why Do I Keep Getting Calls From Windows Internet Support?

You are sitting down reading the paper one afternoon and the telephone rings, answering it you see it is an ‘International’ call. When you say “hello” a voice at the other end says “Good Afternoon, may I speak with Mr … Continue reading

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