As an employer, you have to take several measures to ensure that your workplace remains protected.Continue reading
You’ll be surprised to find out that you’re in the same boat as many law enforcement agencies, throughout the world, when it comes to using apps.
Apps have come a long way from helping you order pizzas and making Instagram stories with outlandish filters. Now, they’re on their way to becoming versatile tools in the hands of geniuses. Continue reading
There are only two reasons why someone would want to track another person without their knowledge: either their children, who they’re worried about; or they’re spouses, who they’re also worried about. With children, the dangers of being found out are less threatening than with spouses. And the going gets tougher when your spouse is on to you. Continue reading
According to Psychology Today, it is the belief of over 90% Americans that infidelity is unacceptable. However, some 30 to 40% of Americans cheat on their spouses nonetheless. Scholars and researchers show that spouses who cheat are exempt from guilt and regret since they trick themselves cognitively and rationalize their affairs. Continue reading
We get it: spying is bad. But have you been observing the following in your spouse? Continue reading
Celebrities used to be the only “public figures,” once upon a time. Their lives, their travels, their likes and dislikes, their lifestyles—all were openly displayed for public viewing. In a sense we’re all celebrities in the present day: our location, our purchases and personal data, even our browser history is available for use—only if someone knew how to use them sensibly. Continue reading