3 Steps To Limit Your Facebook Data

Facebook is increasingly under public scrutiny for compromising its members data and in the wake of the growing concern of keeping your data to yourself, I have a couple of quick tips on how to limit the data being stored about you.

Facebook now lets you delete anything from your timeline for good. This means it won’t be able to share it with third parties.

Here are 3 ways you can protect your information.

  1. Go to Settings at the top right of your screen, next click on Activity log to see an over view of everything you’ve done on the social network in one spot and delete as you go.
    Android users take a note: Facebook can collect information from your messages and conversations if you’re not careful.
  2. Go to Settings and click on Apps / Facebook / Permissions and make sure Telephone and SMS are Off.


3. Set limits on advertisers. Go to Settings / Ads And check your information. Here’s everything advertisers know about, so Opt Out of what you don’t want to share. And don’t forget your Categories option, too. Under Ad Settings you can even control the type of ads you get targeted with on Facebook.


Ledger Nano S - The secure hardware wallet


How to update your Firmware on Ledger Nano S

Recently the Ledger Nano S, my favourite device for safe, offline Bitcoin storage released an upgrade to their firmware which deals with a security issue that was noticed some time in late 2017. There are other fixes and improvements, so it is a must-do.

I received a lot of requests to make a tutorial about updating your firmware on Ledger Nano S and here it is:

If you don’t have the Ledger Nano S, check it out, it is my top choice for hardware storage for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Stratis, Neo, PIVX and a bunch of other alts.

 To order Ledger Nano S (from the original source) use the link below.

Ledger Nano S - The secure hardware wallet

Bitcoin or Gold?

February 24th 2017 will be remembered as the day when Bitcoin finally reached that pivotal point of beating its own record price that was set back in 2014. With this came the inevitable question : Is Bitcoin better than Gold? A touch question if we talk about value in the long run, but I do have a very clear idea about its short term performance…

If you are looking to get your hands on some Bitcoin, my top choice for a beginner is dfinitely Coinbase – the biggest Bitcoin wallet and exchange. Here is my review and tutorial about Coinbase: