If privacy is outlawed, only outlaws will have privacy
Also In The February 2017 Issue
This cryptography method is based on the fact some tasks are relatively easy to do, but extremely difficult to undo.
There's a way to find out if your online passwords have been stolen, and how to prevent it.
Racket is a fun and easy programming language to learn because it's all about creating colors and shapes as you learn.
This project creates a math quiz to test your multiplication and division skills.
Networks are a mostly hidden but critical part of the internet.
Surveillance cameras, satellites, RFID tags, and social media activities all create unique digital footprints.
Developers deal with common problems in their work. Here’s are a few problems and how to overcome them.
Programmers use libraries but instead of books they create and share code, often for free, to help solve common problems.
These cards are a fun way to learn Scratch, look up how to do things, and make applications.
Deleting files on your computer doesn't make them disappear.
Another mysterious four-letter acronym that helps secure information online.
Dorothy Vaughn, Mary Jackson, and Katherine Johnson not only helped make history, they are part of a long line of women in computing
It's almost time to think about summer tech camps if your kids are interested. Here are a few questions to ask.
Your web browser knows (and tells) a lot more about you than you might realize.
When you pick a programming language to learn first, it helps to figure out what software you want to create.
This odd acronym offers security protection beyond your password. Here are a few examples of how 2FA works.
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Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for February 2017.