Queensryche, Redemption.

This became a surprise how the new track actually turn out starting to love Redemtion a lot!  I been a fan of Queensryche since American Solider album, but I happen to like the classic albums, The Queensryche EP, The Warning, Rage for Order, Operation: Mindcrime and Empires.  This is preview somehow I’m starting to like the new song….I’m sadly I don’t have sirus/XM, that’s going to be listening to the full song, Redemption on channel 38 and 39. well even dough I can’t listen to it but it’s like whatever I can still wait June comes in a few months.

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Jan 28th, DPD 2013

How to be aware about your data?

Data Privacy Day,

The Day to promote awareness to Teens and Young Adults out there about how your data can go on the web without your consent.  Its one big important awareness since allot of Young Adults out there using the internet about almost everyday.  DPD was created back in 2009 when the House and senate passed the vote to make this day an official hoilday.  Now 4 years later, what do we have…a holiday about Cyber Awareness.  Most days most teens knows how to use the computer for basic everyday things mostly of the Majority commonly uses the internet, commonly use to go to social networks and online gaming.  

What is the best way to protect yourself?

The best is to not bring your data out in the public, for instance most of the time your post are send out publicly without your consent and it’ll be something that you have to help yourself in the long run.  I know that most the time your post are public and if you don’t want the world to find out who are you.  Switch it from Public to Friends to friends or better yet You’re better off with the custom features.  The best advice anyone can give you is don’t share every single piece of your private life to the world.  Most of the time they’ll know what’s going on with you. Most of the time they don’t care.  that’s why I say that privacy is important!

Customize your settings.

Its better to customize your settings instead of automatic that’s how ISP trace you easily.  There are steps into private browsing but you can take a look into that on the internet, Mostly you’ll have to manually configure your settings where it can be private to browse, there’s many, many how to’s  on the internet that it can show how it do that.  (Since this week I’m not going to thru the details on showing you how to do it, Since I’m always pressed for time)  Do the research on how you can do it, I seen a friend do that over at his place and I know you can do it.  But it isn’t bad you get around in learning if you put your mind into it.
That’s it for my tips on what you can do to surf safe from big brother!
Don’t have time to explain everything but you do post anything…use common sense first, learn what you can on net,  the more you learn the better.