The World Wide Web was “born” 25 years ago. The inventor, Tim Berners-Lee, and others are currently addressing Internet issues like censorship, affordability, availability, freedom from spying and privacy invasion, and more. Continue reading The World Wide Web’s 25th Anniversary
Did you know uninvited data trackers are aware of your surfing history, email access, medical info, and more? I recommend some measures you can take. Continue reading How to Stop Data Trackers
It’s a potentially great crime-fighting tool for the future: a criminal’s image could be recognized in the mirror of someone’s cornea in a digital photo. After reading a recent article, I thought about security and privacy issues that this new technology raises for missions in the future..
If you’re a missionary who works or travels to areas of the world where security is an issue, you should think about this new development. [Read more…] Continue reading Eyes and Security Issues for Digital Photos
Anything goes in many places, especially on the internet. Inhabiting this cyberspaciousness calls for discernment. [Read more from this book of Proverbs series…] Continue reading Naïveté and Discretion in the Socialsphere
Use Cru Apps by Google to more efficiently take care of eMails and different aspects of working with your staff team so you have more time for your ministry. Continue reading Streamline Your Work to Free Up More Time for Ministry
It happened to me once. It could happen to you…. You could accidentally install the Ask.com toolbar on your browser. If this hasn’t happened to you, friends don’t let friends install this toolbar! Please read on. Continue reading Watch Out for That Little Check Box!