In the past couple of day’s Twitter announced it was considering removing inactive accounts. In Twitters thinking, if you aren’t using the account, someone else should have the opportunity. The original announcement from Twitter, was simply that they were going to enforce the existing policy
In the continuing push to make sure you have the knowledge to protect your online accounts, today we give you the information you need to protect your Twitter account. Today’s post will cover How To: Turn On 2 Factor Authentication for Twitter.
The two factor authentication works by using something you know (your password) plus something you have (either email or text message) to prevent anyone who doesn’t have both parts from accessing your account. Twitter, Facebook, Google, Dropbox, iCloud, and most online email services offer two-factor authentication. The following post is about How To Turn On Two Factor Authentication For Online Services.
If you’re a parent of a teenagers, and are having discussions with your kids about life after high school, also known as the college talk, you may want to include the warning that what your kids post of social media could possibly affect their ability