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Back to School: Must Follow Internet Safety Tips to Protect Your Teens

The proliferation of smart phones and tablet devices has enabled teens to spend more time online today than at any other time during the Internet Age. According to the 2012 Pew Research Center survey that explored technology use among 802 youth between the ages of 12-17 in the US, 78% of teens now have a cell phone, […]

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Bloomberg interview with AnchorFree’s CEO

AnchorFree CEO, David Gorodyansky, recently interviewed with Deidre Bolton on Bloomberg TV to discuss how Hotspot Shield provides online privacy and security. In the interview, Gorodyansky explains the technical side of how Hotspot Shield works to secure and protect the privacy of its’ users. On the topic of privacy infringement and the rise of identity theft […]

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Terms and Conditions: Do You Know What Exactly You Are Agreeing To?

For every website that you visit, every app that you download and every phone call that you make, do you actually take the time to read the terms and condition agreement? Personally, I haven’t met one single person who can admit they have read it. In fact, if we were to read the fine print […]

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Google Glass Privacy Issues

Even though Google Glass is still in ‘development’ stage—meaning that only developers have the option to purchase a pair (at the rich cost of $1,500) in order to create apps that will run on them—it’s only a matter of time before they are available for anyone to use. Since the announcement of Google Glass, there […]

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