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5 Tips for Better Data Privacy

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Your privacy matters! Don’t be a target of data theft. Protect what’s yours by following these easy steps.

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5 Tips for Better Data Privacy:

  1. Secure your devices and accounts with strong passphrases
  2. Disable WiFi or Bluetooth when not in use
  3. Avoid using public wireless networks or hotspots
  4. Keep your apps up to date
  5. Delete apps you no longer use

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