What makes personal data personal and how does the law protect them?
The Fundamental Law, the Civil and the Criminal Code and the Act on Informational Self-Determination all protect your personal data. This is important to remember, given that even the sharing of a photo may represent a breach of the law if it is done without your consent.
Is the Internet willing to forget, after all?
According to the latest report by Google, European users have requested it to remove over 2.4 million URLs in the past four years.
What is a secure password in 2017?
First and foremost, a secure password is actually kept confidential, without anybody other than its user knowing it.
Why is sexting risky?
Sexting is when someone sends erotic photos/videos taken of himself/herself or sexually explicit text messages to a friend or acquaintance by mobile phone or over the internet.
When to choose online encryption?
You can make conscious decisions to protect your sensitive data online. Financial transactions should only be conducted on websites starting with https and only such sites should be trusted with your personal information.
What is the point of two-factor authentication?
Two-factor authentication is much more secure than mere password authentication and can now be set up for almost anything.
What are fake profiles?
Creating a fake profile means registering with a name other than one’s own by misusing someone else’s identity or using a fictitious person’s identity.
How do we manage personal information we receive?
Personal information provided by visitors browsing our website or making reports is always treated in confidence and in accordance with current legislation and do not reveal it third parties.