alexeyboldin/123RF Services such as Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Netflix offer limited-time test runs, but if you’re ambitious enough, it doesn’t have to stop there. In fact, theoretically, you can continue using the service for free using a different email address after the trial period expires. Retailers — both online and off — also tend to demand an email address in order to take advantage of their offers, but that can lead to emails that you don’t want — and spam today is more dangerous than ever. The best solution to these problems is to create disposable email addresses. There are a few different ways to make them, but we have our favorite methods. The Gmail option Although Google doesn’t have its own disposable email service, Gmail has the ability to create customized emails that you can then throw away as and when you don’t need them any more. Here’s how to use them. Step 1: When asked to input your email on a … [Read more...] about How to create disposable email addresses
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Your Apple ID is your gateway to all of Apple's cloud services: iTunes, Apple Music, and iCloud. But what about your actual username? It's usually an email address: Often, it's an @icloud, @me, or @mac address — but you might also have signed up with your third-party email account, like @gmail.com. If you want to change the email address associated with your Apple ID, you can do so from a web browser. For the most part, it's simple. Unfortunately, there are times when changing your Apple ID doesn't work right: You may be told by Apple that the email address you want to use is already an Apple ID, or you might not even be able to change your email address. Never fear: We'll walk you through the steps of changing the email address associated with your Apple ID and help troubleshoot some common problems. Note: If you forgot your Apple ID, you can recover it without having to change your email address. A few things to understand before you start Your Apple ID is an email … [Read more...] about How to change your Apple ID and email address
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Subscribe Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Energy and Environment by Juliet Eilperin and Brady Dennis by Juliet Eilperin and Brady Dennis Email the author April 12 at 11:39 AM Email the author Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt has used four separate agency email addresses since taking office, according to Senate Democrats and an EPA official, prompting concerns among agency lawyers that the EPA has not disclosed all the documents it would normally release to the public under federal records requests. Two Democrats on the Senate Environment and Public … [Read more...] about Scott Pruitt has four different EPA email addresses. Lawmakers want to know why.
If you head over to a Whois service and search for wired.com, you'll see that this site is registered to our publisher Condé Nast at One World Trade Center in New York City. If you have your own domain name, you’ll find your name and home address on Whois, unless you pay for a proxy service to hide that information. New European privacy rules may change this—not just in Europe, but around the world. The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation will take effect on May 25. The regulation forbids companies from sharing their European customers' personal data without explicit permission, and gives customers the right to delete their data at any time. As a result, Whois entries may soon contain a lot less information. Taking people's personal information offline may sound like a no-brainer way to protect privacy. But law enforcement agencies, security researchers and intellectual property firms argue that putting registration under lock and key will make it … [Read more...] about Weighing Privacy vs. Security for the Internet’s Address Book
Moodle is a free, feature rich, open source learning management system (LMS). The platform is used by many online school and universities as well as private educators. Create Own Learning Management System Using Moodle in Linux Moodle is extremely customizable and it is meant to meet the requirements of wide range of users including teachers, students or administrators. Moodle Features Some of the most noticeable features that Moodle has are: Modern and easy to use interface Personalized dashboard Collaborative tools All-in-one calendar Easy file management Simple text editor Notifications Progress tracking Customizable site design/layout Multiple supported languages Bulk course creation Quizzes User roles Plugins for additional functionalities Multimedia integration Of course the above are just small part of the features that Moodle has. if you want to see the complete list, you can check the Moodle docs. Requirements The latest stable Moodle version (3.0) was released just … [Read more...] about How to Create Own Online Learning Management System Using Moodle in Linux