Beware the technological traps looming in your divorce landscape

Written on December 27, 2012 by David C. Sarnacki

The Huffington Post offers us a Top 10 tips list for traversing the intersection of technology and divorce.

Deborah S. Chames writes her top ten list (excerpt):
10. Beware of the iCloud. . . .
9. What’s in your browser history? . . . .
8. The iPad you left at home may still be connected to your iPhone. . . .
7. Location services on your phone or other mobile device can be used to track your whereabouts. . . .
6. If you get a new phone and give the old one to one of your children, make sure to restore it and remove your data before they take it to your ex’s house. . . .
5. Look out for automatically stored passwords. . . .
4. Look out for automatically stored credit card information as well. . . .
3. Nothing you post on the Internet is private. (If kids can see your pages, so can your spouse.)
2. Stalking: there’s an app for that. . . .
1. It bears repeating: Change Your Passwords.

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