FOI release: Continuous Insurance Enforcement Information

FOI response on the number Continuous Insurance Enforcement penalty notices issued and the revenue raised. With statistics up to October 2014.


All You Need to Know About DVLA in UK

This infographic is created by with the central theme of providing necessary information about DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) in UK. The IG displays some key information about amout of transections and records DVLA holds, and various online and offline services offered by DVLA apart from maintaining accurate and up to date records of drivers and vehicles in UK. You can also find direct calling numbers to enquire about all of these services in this IG.



Learn how options are affected by Implied Volatility


Understanding the new aspects of implied volatility and learn how options are affected by implied volatility. The following Infographic explains some of the aspects to understand users about What is Implied Volatility?, types of volatility and how options are affected by Implied Volatility?


Hair Follicle Test – Your Chronic Health Issues under the Magnifier!


Getting a hair follicle analysis could be smart choice of  inner health investigation method especially for those who suffer from digestive issues, toxicity in the body, food sensitivity, weakness, insomnia and imbalance and deficiency of  minerals, vitamins, anti oxidants, amino acids, etc. The hair follicle test helps you to investigate further about most of  chronic health problems and get the best guidance and medical solution to them. In less than 10 minutes, the Bio Profiler environmental hair indexing device can analyse the information from the hair follicle test and send the codes to Germany via Internet where those codes get translated into a comprehensive 30 page report just in $175.00.

Features of successful short-term trading options


Options are similar to other financial security tools just like bonds, stocks, mutual funds, which can be purchased and sold at one’s convenience. These are ideal for short-term trading, as well as, long-term trading and are hence more profitable for users. These elements of successful trading include controlling risk, technical analysis, buy and sell indicators, and patterns. However the mentioned short-term trading ideas and tricks are required to ensure success.

Petite Polaroids: My Wedding Place Cards

M. T. Hoffman

I wanted to add a little personal touch to my wedding place cards. I decided to take a handful of photos and have them printed onto mini Polaroids:

Mini Polaroids15779359433_740e39c3ea_oI really love the quality of them and how thick the paper is. I purchased this off of and highly recommend it if anyone is looking for something like this. The photos are a matte finish, if anyone’s curious. 🙂

I also did a small floral review, for those who are interested in my planning adventure. It’s been a fun ride so far!

View original post

How Burglars Use Facebook To Target Vacationing Homeowners

facebookYou’re out on vacation and you want to make your friends back home jealous, so you post every detail of your itinerary on Facebook, you tweet about it on Twitter and you check yourself in on Foursquare. It’s natural. We all want to brag about how much fun we’re having away, but what experts say you should be aware of is that all of this information can easily make you a target for burglars.

David Walsh, chief executive of Netwatch, a security monitoring service that recently expanded across the Atlantic from the UK to the U.S., issued a warning to property owners last month, saying that there had been a growing number of offline incidents resulting from information shared online. “Social networks have become part of our daily lives, but people need to consider the risks of posting their location on these sites. Facebook burglaries are real and growing in popularity.

“You may think that checking in at the airport is a nice way to let your friends and family know that you’re going on holiday, but in reality you are also letting people know that your home is empty and an easy target,” he added. “If you want to share your holiday plans, don’t do it in real time, wait until you are safely home.”

Summer is traditionally the season with the most burglaries, according to FBI statistics, signaling a time when homeowners should be extra vigilant about protecting their goods. One of the biggest tips ADT Security shared with its homeowners this summer was to be extremely cautious with social media, no matter how small of a target you think you are.

“More than one-third of Americans polled in ADT’s 2013 Safety Data Index survey said they believed their home was too ordinary and would not interest a burglar. However, a vacant home could be enough to attract unwanted attention,” the  security system provider said. “Be careful about broadcasting your travel plans. Burglars can use posts on Twitter or Facebook to determine when you’ll be away.”

ASG Security also warned homeowners this summer to keep their vacations off social media. ASG blogger Bob Ryan said that even if you have a private page that can only be viewed by your Facebook friends, it’s still not safe because you don’t know who you can trust.

“Now, Facebook has added features like a scrolling update of comments friends have made on others’ pages; you can find it plastered in the upper right corner of your home page. Although it may be fun to see what your friends are saying to people you don’t know, that also means that people you don’t know may be able to see some of your updates — including the ones that say, ‘Can’t wait to leave for Hawaii tomorrow.’”

Ryan noted that such comments usually generate larger responses, which in turn increase the number of people who will see the update on their home pages. He also said to be careful on Twitter if your handle includes your real name.

According to police, burglars have been known to search Facebook or Twitter for targeted keywords or to look at who has checked into airport lounges on Foursquare. Meanwhile, the Exif metadata contained in image files can often reveal travelers’ locations, though most social media platforms now remove Exif data from uploaded photos.

Some devices such as the iPhone automatically include GPS location data, which experts say can easily be used to track a users’ location if it is uploaded onto a site like a blog that doesn’t remove the information.

The UK’s Distinctive Doors, a door supplier, suggests that you “reverse stalk yourself.” Evaluate the information you share on your social media accounts and see if you would be able to discover where you live and where you’ve traveled. For more helpful tips on how to keep your home safe this summer, check out Distinctive Doors’ informative infographic below:

how-burglars-are-using-social-media.pngHow Burglars Are Using Using Social Media Infographic – An infographic by the team at Distinctive Doors

Source(Copy Article)