Tag Archives: privacy
Apple Announces Changes to Siri’s Privacy...
Undoubtedly in the wake of privacy concerns and all the negative press surrounding smart devices listening in on conversations—ergo flesh and bone employees as well—Apple has announced changes to...

Three Months of Mojave: What Works,...
The release of macOS Mojave on Sept. 24, 2018, marked the 15th major release of the OS X/macOS operating system. Mojave is the first version of macOS that doesn’t have...

A List of Apps Having Problems...
Are you getting ready to install macOS Mojave? Or perhaps you’ve already finished the upgrade and have started exploring the new Mojave system. In either case, you may discover...

U.S., Canada, Australia Customers Can Now...
The ability for customers to download data via Apple’s Data and Privacy portal is now available in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The feature was first rolled out for...


macOS 101: What Mojave Broke and...
Having issues with Mojave? Seems like it’s a rite of passage to install a new version of the macOS, and then uncover issues we didn’t see in the beta...

A Guide to the New Mojave...
macOS Mojave has a number of security and privacy enhancements that can help make using your Mac a simpler, safer, and more secure experience. Apple made changes to Safari, as...


Tech Tip: Finding and Changing Your...
Every network card in your Mac, whether it’s for Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or even Thunderbolt, has been assigned a unique identifier called a Media Access Control or MAC address. This address...

Rocket Yard Guide: What You Need...
Most iOS users never realize just how much personal information they’re sharing with a wide variety of companies. In this Rocket Yard Guide, you’ll learn how to tweak your...

Apple Lauded By EFF For Transparency...
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has released its “Fifth Annual Report on Online Service Providers’ Privacy and Transparency Practices Regarding Government Access to User Data,” otherwise known as the “Who Has...