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Any time you use a public Wi-Fi hot spot, you risk having your internet communications intercepted by a hacker. When you're traveling and your brain is focused on R&R or business meetings, that vulnerability can increase, especially in unfamiliar locales.
Email phishing scams
Phishing attempts on social media have more than doubled over the past year as scammers find new ways to trick people into providing personal and financial information.
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Today, almost everyone in the United States has the option of purchasing an Internet connection. Yet tens of millions of Americans do not share in many of the social and economic benefits that Internet use affords. An increasing number of communities are taking action to address this issue.
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Internet es un recurso clave para los estadounidenses en la búsqueda de trabajo, pero un mediano porcentaje carece de confianza en su conocimiento digital a la hora de buscar empleo.
You know the drill: You visit a website — to price sneakers, view kitchen countertops, whatever — and when you continue to surf the Internet, you’re stalked by advertisements for Nikes and granite.
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La ubicación es el factor número uno al elegir el mejor servicio de internet y servicio inalámbrico, según indica un reciente estudio sobre las mejores y peores ciudades para el desempeño de la telefonía móvil.
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En español | When you access the Internet at any of the world’s 6 million public Wi-Fi hot spots — at airports, parks, businesses, hotels, wherever — assume that anything you are sending or receiving is up for grabs: your emails, photos, files, passwords, credit card numbers.
It seems unbelievable that in 2015 there are so many Americans who don’t use the Internet.  A recent Washington Post article describes why this is the case. Of the next six adults you meet, chances are one of them has never sent an email. By the U.S. Census Bureau’s latest count, 15 percent of U.S. adults, or about 37 million people, don’t use the Web.
Four Ways to Watch Your Wi-Fi
Although some 84 percent of American adults who use the Internet access it on a daily basis, new AARP research finds that many continue to engage in risky online behaviors — especially at free Wi-Fi hot spots that are potential hotbeds for computer hacking.
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A pesar de que más del 98% de los estadounidenses tienen acceso a internet, uno de cada cuatro no tiene el servicio en casa. Para las personas de bajos ingresos ese número salta a uno de cada dos, según datos de la Casa Blanca.
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