Privacy issue: MI6 chief Sir John Sawerss wife posted photos online WHEN the wife of MI6 boss Sir John Sawers posted family photos on Facebook recently, it reignited the online privacy debate. Internet privacy and data protection expert Alex Kelleher, from helps you beat the hackers: DONT BE A TOOL, USE THEM Most networking sites, including Facebook, provide users with ample settings to privatise information and minimise public access. Monitor and alter your settings appropriately. PICK PASSWORDS CAREFULLY Bizarrely, Jesus and monkey are among the most popular codes, so avoid them. Also avoid references to partners names, a mothers maiden name or dates of birth as they can be easily pieced together from other data online. CHOOSE FRIENDS CAREFULLY When you add friends, the friends of your friends, and so on, youre allowing thousands of people to view your personal information. Prune unnecessary contacts and individualise access. NICK McGRATH I F THE thought of tweed conjures up images of stuffy old gents with pheasants in their pockets, then youre not alone. But you soon might be, because tweed is hitting the city streets in a big way. Its not the kind of fabric youd have thought would find its way on to the backs of the in-crowd. Yet they are hijacking this most curmudgeonly of cloths in their droves. Weve seen Mark Ronson emerging from Bungalow 8 in a three- piece tweed suit; Arctic Monkey Alex Turner in a double-breasted tweed blazer and even footballer Jermain Defoe stepping away from bling labels to don a tweed cap. Crucially though, this new breed of tweed is sharply tailored with contemporary cuts worked in the trad fabric, and not a pair of plus fours are in sight. Suits are slimline: three- quarter length jackets are fitted, and the traditional lichen and heather tones of Harris Tweed are joined by lightweight black-and-white twill. If a three-piece is a touch too far, blow the cobwebs out of country wear by pairing a tweed jacket with skinny jeans, or toughen up tweed trews with a combat sweater. Tally ho! The Lite guy guide to Spendit! them. Also avoid partners names, a mothers maiden name or dates of toguideguyLiteThe TweedsAclassic stylegets amodern Citytwist LONG TWEED JACKET, 150, TOPMAN DESIGN Vintage Levis, 32, Urban Outfitters; blue shirt, 49, Cos; shoes, 275, Russell & Bromley CHECKED SUIT, 200, TOPMAN DESIGN White shirt, 24.99, River Island; patent leather shoes, 69, Mango online privacy Tailoringto yourneedsWANT a bespoke suit but cant stand the hassle of shopping for one? Fear not, Henry Herbert has arrived. The brands tailors use their fleet of Vespas to scooter over to where you are, any place, any time, within London. Equipped with tape measures, chalk and the finest fabrics from UK mills, theyll measure you and, using traditional tailoring methods, top pattern-cutters and seamstresses will craft a hand-made suit that fits perfectly and will be ready to wear in eight weeks time. For details call Henry Herbert, 020 7727 2485. Bespoke suits from 495. AUSTRALIAS premier mens grooming range Moosehead offers designer- quality products at a fraction of the price and is now available on UK shores. The range features everything from deodorants to hair sculpting gels, body wash and face scrub. Check out the newly launched hair products such as Grubby Putty and Gritty Styling Clay. Prices start at a bargain 1.49, and the range is available from Waitrose and Sainsburys stores. 12 Tuesday, 29 September 2009 London Lite Boyszone 2 index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html