Paul Bischoff is a tech writer covering IT-related subjects since 2012. A digital nomad who depends on the internet to make a living, he's always seeking out the best value and highest quality products and services on the web. He previously worked as the China editor at Tech in Asia and is a regular contributor at Mashable, as well as several blogs for internet startups around the world. You can find him on Twitter at @pabischoff.
As a result of Russia purchasing ad content in the 2016 presidential elections and increased scrutiny about political advertising on the platform, Facebook changed its policy in 2018 and began making data on political advertising publicly available. Via the Facebook Ad Library, Facebook now makes ad data and archives for thousands of advertisers accessible to […]
Robocalls have been on the rise in the U.S. for years, prompting the FCC to launch a new anti-robocalling initiative in June 2019. Ajit Pai, who heads the FCC, has claimed the new policies will help consumers, ‘Stem the flow of scam robocalls,” the initiative has been met with widespread criticism. Much of this hinges […]
Democrats were 35 percent more likely to say that they were at least slightly confident that the U.S. will be ready for any cyber attack in the 2020 Presidential elections than they were right before the 2018 midterm elections. This was the largest increase among the three political parties. Both Independents and Democrats rank social […]
Data breaches are common in headlines these days, but they are not equally spread out in terms of location. Data breaches occur far more often in some US states than others, and the number of records lost or stolen varies as well. Comparitech analyzed data on the last 10 years worth of data breaches to […]