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Risk Technology of the Week: AgeCheq Making it Safer for Kids Online

Due to changes in COPPA law because of the increase use of tablets and smart devices by children, app and game developers are needing assistance in updating their privacy features. AgeCheq is doing just this by using a centralized program that developers can log-in to (services.agecheq.com) and provide all of the information that is requested […]

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Risk Technology of the Week: Android App Warns When You’re Being Watched by Rutgers University Research Group

With more and more websites wanting to track consumers’ locations, it is getting hard to know when you are safe or when you are being “watched.” A research group at Rutgers University is solving this problem for consumers everywhere – or at least Android users. The research group, led by Janne Lindqvist, “created an app […]

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