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It's that time of year when we complete our annual stars review and recognise the communities top contributors. These guys n gals spend a monumental amount of their own time scouring our boards for questions to answer and people to help. We're uber excited to announce and welcome our 2018 stars, so without further ado please meet our new stars for 2018……
As you know, here at TalkTalk we're always working to make our broadband as good as it can be. Now you can help too. We’re delighted to invite you to take part in a trial with SamKnows, the world leaders in broadband measurement. They’ve partnered with Ofcom to research broadband performance across the UK and this is your chance to play
"If you're going to encounter malware in 2018, chances are it will happen through spam," says Sean Sullivan, F-Secure's Security Advisor.Digital spam has been around for more than four decades. It is named after a luncheon meat, by way of a Monty Python sketch about a restaurant that has Spam in every dish and where patrons annoyingly chant "Spam!" over and over again.
Whenever you do anything online like send an email or update your social media, data is sent over your broadband connection. How quickly this data is sent is down to your bandwidth - or broadband speed - which i'll explain in more detail in this blog.
There’s been a lot going on in TalkTalk TV over the last six months, and we wanted to share some of the great things we’ve done with you.
If you want a basic piece of advice that can help you avoid nearly all spam, scams and potential viruses that could be spread through Facebook, then it's this - don't click on the "free" offers that you see in your feed or the quizzes and sweepstakes. If a stranger pops up in your Facebook Messenger, then don't click on the link. By doing this, you've not only protected your security and privacy, but you've protected your friends' too. Of course though, it's not that easy
The General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR for short is a new, Europe-wide law that replaces the Data Protection Act 1998 in the UK.
Under the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), a new set of rules on how we use your personal data, we’re required to ensure that anyone whose data we store & process is of a minimum age which is set at 18 years old. We don’t require a lot of personal information to use the community but even something as simple as your email address which is required is covered by the new rules.