Safety

Instagram Unveils Teen Safety Tools Ahead of CEO's Senate Testimony on App's Impact on Kids

Adam Mosseri, CEO of Instagram, said in a blog post that the company is rolling out new safety features aimed at the app's youngest users, with a view to "keeping them safe" on the platform.

How Should Businesses Conduct Background Checks In the Post-Pandemic World?

It's as important as ever to protect the safety of current employees and management.

Lucas Miller

How Cryptocurrency Will Disrupt the Banking Industry in Latin America

As Latin American countries flock to cryptocurrency, they are creating a spot for themselves in the digital global economy where cryptocurrency is a key player. 

Tony Delgado

How to Use Automation (and Avoid the Pitfalls) as an Entrepreneur

To use automation effectively, you need to first understand its strengths and weaknesses and then build a strategy around them.  

Timothy Carter

Tinder Will Soon Let You Run a Background Check on Potential Partners

For now, it's unclear exactly how this integration will work; there are no details yet on how Tinder users can request a background check.

Stephanie Mlot

Uber, Lyft to Share Information About Drivers Banned for Assault

The ridesharing firms are inviting other US organizations to join the Sharing Safety Program.

Stephanie Mlot

6 Ways to Leap Ahead of the Covid-19 Rebound

How to begin the strategic shift from what's required to keep the lights on to what's needed to take full advantage when the economic recovery arrives.

Ben Richmond

Instagram Wants to Know How Old You Are

The new policy is part of Instagram's ongoing effort to protect younger users -- and to not run afoul of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).

Michael Kan

Survey: More Than 8 in 10 Fell Victim to Phishing Attacks in 2018. Here's What to Know About the Practice. (Infographic)

Phishing and other social engineering attacks cost victims more than $1.4 million in 2018, according to an Accenture study.

Hayden Field

How I Took the Wild Road From Stunts to Safety and Built a Business on What I Learned

Lying in the road, bloodied and hurt after a motorcycle accident, this CEO applied his experience to something people needed.

Kenny Kelley