There are plenty of privacy settings and extensions that are supposed to protect us, but are not really working. Check out the list here.
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Websites tracking you and targeted advertising may seem like an unavoidable part of modern life, but you can protect your privacy with these strategies.
Get the security your Mac’s webcam and microphone need. Pick up Camera Guard Pro for Mac for less than $10 and be able to relax.
Yahoo submitted a patent for a “smart billboard” that uses demographics to show targeted ads to passerby. Is this “smart billboard” considered an invasion of privacy? Let’s find out.
Edward Snowden has advised against using Google Allo as it collects a lot of user data on the side. But what are the privacy issues, and why do they matter? Let’s find out.
Use these TOR-based Firefox addons to improve your browsing privacy and to surf anonymously.
More and more privacy has been taken away from Whatsapp users in the name of “analytical data.” Here are 6 alternatives to Whatsapp that respect your privacy.
Your personal information online isn’t as safe or as private as you may think. With a simple Google search anyone can find out more than you may like. Here’s how you can protect yourself.
If you work around or live with nosy people and want to keep what you’re doing on your computer private, here are some laptop screen privacy filter tools for the job!
Windows 10 collects a lot of data using the new Telemetry feature which is enabled and set to “Full” by default. Here’s how to manage telemetry settings to protect your privacy.
You probably have heard of Incognito or Private mode that can protect your privacy. Does it really address your privacy concerns? Let’s find out.
No one is exempt from being hacked, getting an identity stolen or any other privacy issue. Therefore, we’ve listed 6 important privacy habits everyone should follow.
Apple recently discussed a concept called “differential privacy” which will be in iOS 10 software. Let’s check out what it is and how it works.
Looking for a web browser that is focused on privacy? Brave web browser may be just what you’re looking for; it automatically blocks ads and trackers.
Did you know that your information could be leaked daily just by using your Android device? Here are some tips for protecting your privacy and security.
Looking to take a stand against Internet security issues and privacy violations such as surveillance? Give CyberGhost VPN a try; it can help to keep you safe and ad-free.
Want to give your privacy and security a boost? Looking to unblock the Web from any location? This lifetime subscription to Le VPN has you covered.
There is an understanding that metadata collection isn’t as bad as full surveillance, but what is it and is collecting it harmful to your privacy? Let’s find out.