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With the rise of social media and other online services, many people feel that their personal information may be at risk of being exploited or stolen. However, it is essential to remember that there are still many ways to maintain your privacy, both online and offline.

Firefox: What is it, who is it best for, how safe is it, using Firefox including managing cookies, clearing cache, bookmarks, how to update, and more

Firefox is a free and open-source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation. The browser is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android. Firefox is considered one of the most popular browsers globally, with a global market share of around 10%.

The browser was first released in 2004, and it has undergone several significant updates since then. In 2014, Mozilla announced that it would start using Google as the default search engine for Firefox in the United States. This change caused some controversy, as many people believed it would lead to a decline in Firefox’s popularity. However, Mozilla has continued to invest in Firefox, and it remains one of the most popular browsers today.

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Using Safari: How to update, enable or disable cookies, clear history and cache, add favorites, manage popups, and how to remove Safari

Safari is a web browser developed by Apple Inc. and is the default browser on Apple devices. Cookies are small text files stored on your computer by websites you visit. They are used to remember your preferences and login information. You may want to disable cookies if you are concerned about privacy or if you are troubleshooting a problem with Safari.

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Roe v. Wade precedent is dead and so is the legitimacy of the US Supreme Court

Although the courts are supposed to be seen seen as fair and impartial arbiters of justice, recent political events have highlighted the extent to which they are subject to political influence. From large scale partisan gerrymandering cases to decisions about individual congressional or presidential impeachment proceedings, to the decision to overturn Roe V Wade it is clear that the judicial system must be considered a highly politicized entity.

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Microsoft Edge announces free (up to 1 gig) VPN integration in a bid to enhance online privacy and compete with Chrome

As the popularity of VPNs continues to rise Microsoft is hoping to capitalize on this trend by offering a free built-in VPN to its Edge browser. It looks like you will need a Microsoft account to take advantage of this feature and there is not yet much detail available about its features as it’s in early testing.