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In the spirit of the new decade, here are 20 privacy tips to arm you for 2020.
In 2016, the debates over privacy and security continued to rage on with victories and setbacks alike.
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With the help of a trusty VPN you can beat the phishermen and make sure you’re the only one getting steals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday with a secure online shopping experience this holiday season.
Whether its advertisers logging user habits and creating a profile of you, or the government potentially snooping on your emails, we’re all at risk for being tracked online.
VPNs can benefit you in a number of ways, and during the holidays there are some specific reasons you might want to use this handy tool to help make your life easy and stress-free.
The United States Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) is and the need to update it.
United States elected their 45th president in a historic election. Now, fearful that privacy policies may change and surveillance may expand under the new leadership.
Apple is introducing Privacy Nutrition Labels on the iOS App Store to let users know what data an app collects, protecting your privacy.
Within the conversation of privacy in the realm of technology, drones are no stranger to controversy.
The merger raises some large privacy concerns. By expanding their already massive customer base to also include Time Warner’s customers, AT&T will have access to a huge amount of consumer data.
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Going back to school, especially in person, has privacy implications for students. VPNs are essential for the best back-to-school experience.
The world’s largest social network is staring down daily fines of €250,000 (approximately $300,000 USD) — up to 100 million euros—until they cease collecting data on Belgian residents.
The comprehensive law protects digital privacy, including location data, content, email, metadata and even device searches.
Security researches reported that tech firms aren’t doing enough to protect the online privacy and safety of children.
n this document, China proposes a national trust score that ranks citizens based upon their activities, purchases, social connections, finances and things they view and say on the Internet.
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There’s been a lot of buzz about last week’s Senate vote to block FCC regulations that protect consumer privacy regarding broadband Internet access – and the House just voted to block the rules as well.
Rep Jim Sensenbrenner said he didn’t believe Congress needed to enact Internet privacy guidelines because nobody needs to use the Internet. Yes, you read that right – he said nobody needs to use the Internet.