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Everything You Need to Know About EU’s Antitrust Probe

As streaming entertainment rapidly replaces traditional broadcast and cable networks, customers have a broader menu of choices and complete control over when they want to watch their favorite programs. More difficult to control, however, is geographical access to these services. An increasing number of streaming service providers are restricting their services to customers who live […]

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VPN для “товарищей отдыхающих”

Летом все только и делают, что путешествуют. Это могут быть деловые поездки, отдых всей семьей или путешествия в одиночку с рюкзаком. При этом мы меньше всего задумываемся о безопасном использовании Интернета. Переезжая с места на место, мы подключаемся к сетям Wi-Fi по разным причинам. Например, нам бывает нужно узнать, куда ехать дальше, выкладывать в сеть […]

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VPN Prevents Google Queries from Being Linked Publicly to an IP Address

The majority of your search history is probably not all that sensitive; perhaps you Googled where to buy tickets for the latest Hunger Games flick or how to get rid of belly fat. Search queries like these don’t really require the utmost confidentiality, but consider the other topics that you search. Thinking your search anonymous, […]

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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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Traveling with a VPN

Summer is the busiest travel season of the year. Whether it is a business trip, a family vacation or a solo backpacking journey, the least of our worries would be staying secure online. As travelers, we connect to Wi-Fi networks for several reasons such as getting directions, sharing photos, blogging, emailing, research and much more. […]

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Save Your Privacy Policy! Stop CISPA!

Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed the cyber-security bill, CISPA, which allows corporations to break their privacy contracts. This means companies are allowed to share your private data with the government without a warrant. In result, we lose our online privacy. Co-Founder of Reddit and Internet Freedom Activist, Alexis Ohanian, publicly voices his opinion about […]

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How Can I Ensure My Social Network Interactions are Secure on WiFi?

Privacy on social networks seems a little oxymoronic to me. We tell the world about our lives, but we don’t want everyone to know everything. I know many people who only want some people to share in their experiences, but those same people often friend people they don’t know. See what I mean? Anyway, it […]

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