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How To Keep Your Family And Friends From Snooping On Your Laptop And Phone

Many of us are more security savvy than ever when it comes to our phones and laptops, but there's one threat you might not be protecting against - the people inside your own home. Whether you're worried about nosey housemates, clumsy kids, or horrible siblings, these are the steps to take to make sure your stuff stays private. More »      
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