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Sam Cook

Samuel Cook is a freelance writer who covers a wide range of topics, including internet privacy, security, data journalism, and digital content streaming. He can often be neck-deep in data visualizations.

Articles by Sam

Mike Tyson and Roy Jones are coming out of retirement for an 8-round exhibition match on November 28. Jones vs Tyson is scheduled to stream as a Pay-Per-View event on the streaming service Triller, but will it make it to Kodi, as well?
By Sam Cook in Kodi on September 14, 2020
Although many restaurants' user accounts are available on dark web marketplaces, few have sold as widely as Domino's Pizza accounts. We explain how accounts have been hacked and how you can secure your account in the future.
By Sam Cook in Information Security on May 18, 2020
Cord cutting is growing fast as TV watchers grow dissatisfied with the high cost of traditional TV. These cord-cutting stats help reveal why dropping traditional cable is becoming more appealing each year. 
By Sam Cook in TV Streaming on January 21, 2024
The rematch of the new decade is here! Boxing fans can live stream Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury live online from anywhere in the world. PPV options abound, but viewers may be able to stream the fight for free using a VPN. 
By Sam Cook in Sports Streaming on February 20, 2020
Old accounts may have weaker passwords, and the sites they're associated with can have poor data protection policies. This article tells you how to efficiently delete unwanted accounts.  
By Sam Cook in Blog on September 8, 2023
Star Trek: Picard season 3 is coming to Paramount Plus. The show will be available worldwide, but you may want to consider streaming through a VPN if you're traveling or living abroad.
By Sam Cook in TV Streaming on February 14, 2023
Windows 10 is the most popular PC operating system, which makes it the primary target for hackers. To help put your mind at ease, we searched for the best antivirus for Windows 10. 
By Sam Cook in Antivirus on April 15, 2024
Smart home security incorporates a variety of smart devices, such as cameras, sensors, and locks, all of which you can control and monitor through your smart home. Whether you own your home or rent, you can easily set up your own smart home security devices in just a few hours.
By Sam Cook in Information Security on January 19, 2023
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