WHERE TO WATCH
Do You Make Your Venmo Transactions Public or Private?
August 24, 2018
Updated 5mo ago
Cheddar's Hope King and Brad Smith discuss the privacy features of PayPal's Venmo.
Former Google Employee Claims Company Fails 'Don't Be Evil' Mission
Feb 1, 2019
Cheddar Sports Addresses Streaming Harassment
Jennifer "Narz" Vargas sits down with Fiona Nova, Nathan Grayson and Tanya Depass in this weeks edition of "The Table". Narz discusses streaming safety and how to protect yourself from online harassment.
May 1, 2018
PayPal Takes Small Business Week to One Month
PayPal is turning Small Business Week to an entire month dedicated to events to educate small businesses. The company's General Manager of Small Business Amit Mathradas explains ways PayPal empowers and nurtures these companies.
Nov 28, 2017
Protecting Your Personal Information from Nosey Apps
Uber came under fire this summer after it was revealed the ride-sharing app continued to track users' locations up to five minutes after they had completed their ride. But Uber is not the only app guilty of tracking user info, location, and data. That's why Yuvraj Agarwal has dedicated his research to addressing this security concern. The assistant professor in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University joins Cheddar to discuss his new app, "Protect My Privacy." The tech works between the user's data and the applications. The issue is that many apps share their full data with third-party libraries. These libraries can then use this information as they please. Agarwal sees this as a concern for personal privacy. While all consumers might not be bothered by it, he feels they should at least have a choice about opting in. As it stands now, millions of smartphone users believe they are securing their personal information, when in reality, they are not.