With all the data available about you online, consumers are starting to look to ways to help reduce the amount of information companies can gather from their web browsing habits.
I had a chance to speak to Bill Wills on Cleveland’s WTAM 1100 Newsradio about how websites can track you, what cookie files are and why some are good and some not so much, as well as a few free “do-not-track” programs to help reduce the information about your online behavior that is available.
As students return to school this month, they’re finding that more of their homework time is spent online. Many schools have taken to putting up homework assignment calendars online, as well as creating shared document areas on their websites to collect homework electronically. As a parent, you might be asking yourself how you can help protect your kids while they use the Internet as part of their back to school routines.