Protecting your online privacy
By: Jocelin , Paola

  When creating a password use characters, numbers, and mix up lower case and upper case letters.

To protect your privacy be careful to not post personal information

Do not give anyone your password because they can send messages pretending to be you.

Never open spam messages. Also, never open phising schemes because they are e-mails that use lies to trick you.

Web browsers store cookies on your computer.  Cookies store settings, passwords, and your personal data.

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