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security, international travel

How 9/11 Changed Air Travel: More Security, Less Privacy

Ask anyone old enough to remember travel before Sept. 11, 2001, and you’re likely to get a gauzy recollection of what flying was like. 

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Why Older Adults Use (And Do Not Use) Password Managers

Researchers conduct first-of-its-kind survey of older adults to find motivations and barriers to adopting password managers.

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7 Tips to Keep Hackers, Crooks, Scammers Out Of Your Smartphone

You love your  smartphone, in fact, it’s often your biggest confidant when it comes to sharing important personal information.

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smartphone, memories, text

The Delicate Issue Of Taking Away A Senior’s Smartphone

At Johns Hopkins Medicine, Dr. Halima Amjad now asks older patients if they use a computer or smartphone and are having trouble such as forgetting passwords or getting locked out of accounts.

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retirement Social Security, medicare, social security

Will Legislation Ensure Retirement Security?

Federal policy on retirement security is one chaotic mess right now. Just consider the contradictory state of affairs when it comes to pensions and retirement income. 

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Are You In For A Financial Rude Awakening When You Retire?

For anyone planning to retire after age 61, the chances of meeting your income and standard-of-living goals can fall sharply if you do not work at least to that age. 

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