Comsumer products Testing

Consumers Products  Test

I've been testing various consumer products-- from counter-spy products to security apps-- that are geared towards helping targeted individuals gain leverage over their situation. I will be reviewing some of the products I found to be both helpful and not so helpful, as well as providing information on where these products can be found on the market.
Why stalking, cyberbullying and doxxing are so harmful and what makes people do it People’s reliance on technology and social media has led to a rise in cyberbullying, doxxing and stalking. It is increasingly common among children and teens. A psychologist and parent offer their takes on the phenomenon PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 25 September, 2018, 8:18am UPDATED : Tuesday, 25 September, 2018, 7:34pm Comment: 1
Cyberbullying is a serious problem and can lead to depression and even suicide. Photo: Alam24 Sep 2018 The popular expression “revenge is a dish best served cold” does not seem to hold true in today’s digital age. A culture of impatience and instant gratification reigns supreme, and this mindset also applies to a desire for revenge. SCMP Today: Intl Edition Get updates direct to your inbox E-mail *
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Thermostats, Locks and Lights: Digital Tools of Domestic AbuseThermostats, Locks and Lights: Digital Tools of Domestic AbuseImage In training sessions on domestic violence and technology, people have started asking about how to handle the use of connected home devices in abuse situations, said Erica Olsen, director of the Safety Net Project at the National Network to End Domestic Violence.CreditTony Luong for The New York Times ByNellie Bowles June 23, 2018 SAN FRANCISCO — The people who called into the help hotlines and domestic violence shelters said they felt as if they were going crazy. One woman had turned on her air-conditioner, but said it then switched off without her touching it. Another said the code numbers of the digital lock at her front door changed every day and she could not figure out why. Still another told an abuse help line that she kept hearing the doorbell ring, but no one was there. Their stories are part of a new pattern of behavior in domestic abuse cases tied t…