We’re constantly inundated with stories about how dangerous it is online. We asked our writers, “What do you do to protect your online privacy?”
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Your web browser is an important line of defense in the struggle for your privacy and security online. Configure Firefox to block many common threats.
More and more privacy has been taken away from Whatsapp users in the name of “analytical data.” Here are 7 alternatives to Whatsapp that respect your privacy.
With the repeal of the Internet Privacy rules, there are several pieces of data that your ISP can obtain from you. Here’s what your ISP knows about you, and why you should be bothered.
There are quite a few secure email services that offer email privacy and encryption. Here are six of the best email services that should keep your data safe from the hackers and the authorities.
Here’s a quick method to send encrypted email on Android and to ensure that your emails are encrypted all the way from one end to the other.
Google and Microsoft use the info from your inbox to target you with ads. If you want to avoid that, you need Soverin Plan: One-Year Subscription.
There are plenty of Linux distros out there, each with a different focus. Here are some of the best Linux distros designed for privacy and security. Check them out!
Looking for a VPN service with no logs, strong encryption, complete anonymity, numerous locations and great features? Give VPNTunnel a try!
Given that almost everything you do is being tracked, it’s normal to have privacy concerns. Here’re some ways you can minimize the amount of data apps collect from you.
With all the talk these days about changes within government affecting Internet privacy laws, we asked our writers, “Is a VPN really necessary to protect your privacy?”
Looking for a way to protect all Internet-connected devices in your home? Bitdefender BOX is hardware that acts as an antivirus for your home network.
With plenty of privacy-focused search engines out there, you might want to know which one is the best. Here is our list of the best search engines for privacy.
U.S. Congress has repealed the FCC Internet Privacy Regulations to allow ISPs to sell customer data to advertisers. Should we enter panic mode without first examining the facts?
The US Senate has voted to give ISPs in the US the right to sell and share customers’ personal web browsing data without their consent. What does this mean for you? Let’s find out!
Smart TV’s are great, as they allow you to do all sorts of online stuff, and they do spy on you too. Here is how to prevent your smart TV from spying on you.
Privacy is the foremost concern for just about any computer user. To protect privacy in Firefox without getting too technical, Privacy Settings is well worth a try.
Have you ever wanted to hide files and folders in Linux but have no idea how to do it? This guide shows the simple ways to effectively hide files and folders in Linux.