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Thousands of Apps Running Baidu Code Collect, Leak Personal Data

Apps by Chinese Internet Giant, Baidu Leaks Personal data According to researchers, apps running code that have been built by Chinese Internet giant Baidu, have collected as well as transmitted... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by Mono-live on Mar 7, 2016

Fastest VPN – 7 Reasons To Choose VyprVPN

A Virtual Private Network has become an essential Internet service these days because it’s great for your online privacy as well as for your online security. A VPN service encrypts your data so that 3rd parties don’t see your online activities. I...
by Work Money Fun on Feb 8, 2016

Facebook Is Tracking Everyone

Facebook has been at the center of many privacy debates over the years – and it seems now they’re the focus of yet another. According to a report conducted by the Belgian Privacy Commission Facebook installs digital tracking cookies when...
by Rapid Purple on Apr 2, 2015

ServInt Joins Coalition to Reform Section 215 of USA PATRIOT Act

ServInt, a provider of managed cloud hosting for businesses worldwide, today announced it has joined a coalition of more than 40 organizations demanding that the U.S. Congress reform Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act. Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT...
by Rapid Purple on Apr 1, 2015

DARPA is trying to reinvent online privacy

You can't help but admire DARPA's tech, even when it could track you down and murder you. However, the military agency's latest program actually wants to make it harder to find folks and their valuable data. Named after right-to-privacy pioneer, Supr...
by engadget on Mar 12, 2015

Freedome VPN and iPad Mini Giveaway

Win iPad Mini and Free Freedome VPN Subscription! As promised in my earlier post about Online Privacy, we are hosting a giveaway for our readers. Before jumping to the giveaway, I’d like to know how was your experience with the F-Secure Freedom...
by Work Money Fun on Feb 24, 2015

How To Protect Online Privacy Using A VPN

Become Untrackably Invisible and Protect Your Online Privacy! Nowadays most of us are hooked online. Whether it be for social networking or browsing different other sites, we are engaged into the virtual world of internet. But do you ever think about...
by Work Money Fun on Feb 21, 2015

More Facebook Policy Changes Affecting Your Privacy

Once again social media giant Facebook has changed its privacy policy. Though it has asked for feedback from users and states the policy is a work in progress, the policies are already in place. They are explained with the use of colors and animation...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Nov 15, 2014

Net-a-porter offers Diane von Furstenberg-designed Google Glass as first third-party retailer

Net-a-porter has announced that its US customers can purchase a Diane von Furstenberg-designed Google Glass through its online store today, making it the first third-party retailer of the much-hyped product.    The DVF Made for Glass design...
by Lucire Insider on Jun 23, 2014

The Nature of Online Privacy is Changing

With Facebook tracking the things we don’t post, Google knowing what you think before you do a search and the... The post The Nature of Online Privacy is Changing appeared first on INFOTEMEN.
by infotemen on Apr 9, 2014

GranGorz: A Free Anti-censorship Software For Web Browsing

GranGorz is a free software to bypass Internet censorship and protect the user privacy online by providing anonymity to the user. GranGorz is a product of RED GARLIC LTD. RED GARLIC LTD is registered in England and Wales as a private limited company.
by VPN Surfing on Mar 18, 2014

How to Teach Kids About Social Privacy Settings

We live in a world where most everything is public and every aspect of our lives can be accessed online, thanks to social media. Whether this is a good or bad thing all depends on what is posted and who […]Be the first to comment...Related Post...
by Earnest Parenting on Mar 15, 2014

Tor to Release Instant Messaging Bundle (TIMB)

The TOR project is about to join the world of secure instant messaging, laying out a roadmap that would see its first code for a new project delivered by the end of March 2014. The first aim of the Tor Instant Messaging Bundle will be to get experime...
by insecure on Feb 28, 2014

Jury Nullification: Something Every Citizen Should Know

Bruce’s Poor Man Survival Bulletin A Digest of Urban Survival Resources http://www.PoorManSurvival.com For Independent Minded People! ISSN 2161-5543 "We have a criminal jury system which is superior to any in the world; and its efficien...
by Urban Survival Resources on Nov 19, 2013

Free VPN and Private Browser Provided By SurfEasy

SurfEasy is a free VPN service and private browser provider. SurfEasy services are designed and developed in Canada and used by customers in over 80 countries. SurfEasy operates a global private network that harnesses bank-grade encryption technology...
by VPN Surfing on Nov 16, 2013

Epic Browser: A Chromium-Based And Privacy-focused Free Web Browser

Epic Browser is a free web browser built on chromium designed to protect users’ privacy. Chromium is an open source project led by Google and is the base of the Chrome browser. The main focus of Epic Browser is on privacy as they remove almost...
by VPN Surfing on Sep 26, 2013

How to Create a First Kit for Your Pet-Free Pet Prep Downloads

Bruce’s Poor Man Survival Bulletin A Digest of Urban Survival Resources http://www.PoorManSurvival.com For Independent Minded People! ISSN 2161-5543   "Any society that needs disclaimers has too many lawyers." -- Erik Pepke From The...
by Urban Survival Resources on Sep 14, 2013

Americans Taking Action to Achieve More Online Privacy: Study

American Internet users desire a degree of online anonymity and 86 percent have taken steps to secure just that by removing or masking their digital footprints, according to a newly-released study. Deleting cookies from browsers and using temporary e...
by SiteProNews on Sep 5, 2013

Wi-Fi libero, forse ci siamo. Ma passerà al Senato?

Dopo il pasticcio della prima ignobile versione, forse è arrivata la svolta per approvare le norme per la liberalizzazione del Wi-Fi pubblico italiano, che consentirebbero finalmente un libero accesso agli hot spot anche nel paese dei Cachi. Dopo un...
by Tv Digital Divide on Jul 23, 2013

Wi-fi libero, il Garante per la Privacy boccia le nuove regole

Dopo l’ennesima conferma, descritta ieri dall’Agcom, del grave ritardo dell’Italia sul digitale e sull’uso e l’accesso alla rete Internet, il Bel Paese e il suo governo di larghe intese zoppica pure sulle nuove regole su...
by Tv Digital Divide on Jul 10, 2013


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