Privacy & Data Security

IN Resources | 12/10/2012

In today's digital age, there is an abundance of technology that journalists can use to help them with news gathering and reporting. But how often do you, as a journalist, think about how secure your technological tools are?

The section provides easy to follow instructions on how to secure your data on hard drives, how to ensure your social networking activity and profiles are secure and private, and more.

MIR UBAID provides detailed walk-throughs to help you with your privacy and data security.
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