Author Archives: Ezzy Languzzi

About Ezzy Languzzi

Ezzy is a working mother and educator. She writes from the perspective of a parent seeking to strike a balance between all that technology has to offer and its privacy implications. Ezzy lives in Boston with her husband, son, two dogs, and two chickens.

Cyber Monday Tips: Shop Safely

It’s hard to believe that Cyber Monday is just days away. For the last ten years, I’ve done most of my holiday shopping online, always ready to pounce on my favorite retailers’ free shipping and deep discount offers. I consider myself a safe and …Read More […]

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Russian Hackers Publish 5M Google Emails And Passwords

I had a bit of a panic attack late Wednesday when I read that a group of Russian hackers had exposed 5 million Google email addresses and passwords. I, like everyone else, use a single password multiple times a day …Read More […]

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Hackers Steal 4.5 Million Patient Records In Massive Data Breach

4.5 million patient records were stolen from Community Health Systems in another massive data breach to hit headlines this year. Community Health Systems operates 206 hospitals in 29 states with Florida (26), Pennsylvania (20), Tennessee (19), and Texas (18) being …Read More […]

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Don’t Come Down With Medical Identity Theft

A few years back I worked for a national healthcare organization that was the first to introduce a paperless system of medical records. I remember my worst fear at time, as I watched the touch screens being installed in patient rooms — …Read More […]

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It’s Fun And Games Until An Identity Gets Stolen

The variety and quantity of video games available to our children is quite frankly — overwhelming. At least once a week my son asks me to enter my Apple ID into iTunes so he can download another app to his …Read More […]

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