Coronavirus Update: NYC's Department Of Education Wants Schools To Stop Using Zoom Video Conferencing Service Over Security ConcernsZoom began offering its premium video conferencing service to schools for free during the coronavirus pandemic, but hackers have been disrupting meetings.
Concerns Growing Over Zoom Bombing As Hackers Interrupt MeetingsExperts say failing to enable security features not only opens you up to online trolls, important information can be stolen from your business meetings.
Coronavirus Update: Those Struggling With Addiction Can Find Many Chats, Apps To Replace In-Person MeetingsPeople struggling with addiction are feeling more isolated and alone than ever, but they don’t have to be. Many are turning to social media for help.
FBI Warns About Hackers 'Zoom-Bombing' Online Class Videoconferences With Porn, Hate Speech MessagesVideo conferencing is surging in popularity while the coronavirus pandemic keeps people at home, but so are reports that hackers are trying to disrupt those meetings. The FBI said Monday that two Massachusetts schools have been the victims of “Zoom-bombing” this month.
Coronavirus Update: Popular Public Attractions Offer Online, Virtual Reality OptionsThanks to the digital world, families can make the most of this time cooped up inside by traveling virtually to attractions all around the world.
Coronavirus Update: As You Live And Play Virtually, Be Careful Not To Tax Your Internet ServiceLiving in a virtual world is helping so many of us stay connected, entertained and active during this new norm of social distancing.
Distance Learning Tools And Links For Parents Teaching At HomeHere's a look at parents across the Tri-State Area are sharing resources online to build and expand their districts' learning plans.
Work-At-Home, Streaming Movies, Video Chats And Games: How COVID-19 Is Making People's Internet Feel SickWith so many users logging on at the same time, some worry how the online networks can handle the strain
Apple To Close All Stores Outside China For 2 WeeksThe company had previously shut its 42 stores in China at the height of the outbreak. Those stores have since reopened, and will be the only ones open in the world.
Businesses, Organizations Overrun Email Inboxes With Coronavirus UpdatesBusinesses, schools, organizations and charities are flooding our email boxes with messages explaining how they are handling the coronavirus outbreak.
Fordham Law School Students Volunteer Time To Teach Children How To Stay Safe On The InternetThings are always changing when it comes to protecting our privacy online. Now, imagine how tough it is for kids.
National Consumer Protection Week Highlights Surging ScamsIt is estimated Americans lost nearly $670 million to scams last year.
Charity Team? NY Mets Fans Reportedly Using Venmo To Donate For Improved RosterSome New York Mets fans are using a new strategy to try to get General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen to spend some cash on new players.
New York City Council Considering Crackdown On Delivery App Fees For Restaurants"Let's be clear, these apps are eating our restaurants alive," councilmember Francisco Moya said.
Mayor De Blasio Under Fire For Using App That Hides His CommunicationsMayor Bill de Blasio found a new way to hide his communications, and now finds himself in hot water. His actions have raised legal and ethical questions.