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protect your own privacy from ISPs,Advertisers,government

Now more than ever, your online privacy is under attack. ISPs, advertisers and governments around the world are increasingly interested in knowing exactly what you’re up to when you browse the web. How can you stay safe in such times? [tribulant_slideshow gallery_id=”1″] TOR BROWSER Tor is a free web browser for enabling anonymous communication.It aims to conceal its users’ identities and their online activity from surveillance and traffic analysis by separating identification and routing. It…

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Apple, Google and Amazon join hands with Microsoft to win the Privacy battle

Amazon, Apple, Google and Mozilla have all filed an amicus brief to support Microsoft in its battle against the US government over the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA). The document, also known as a friend-of-the-court brief is designed to act as a legal show of support in Microsoft’s ongoing battle against government officials over wording in the ECPA that lets officials determine when (or if) companies should notify customers of government information requests. These tech giants hope…

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WhatsApp to share personal data with Facebook – You have only 24 more days to STOP this!

Nothing comes for Free, as “Free” is just a relative term used by companies to develop a strong user base and then use it for their own benefits. The same has been done by the secure messaging app WhatsApp, which has now made it crystal clear in its blog that the popular messaging service will begin sharing its users’ data with its parent company, Facebook. However, WhatsApp is offering a partial opt-out for Facebook targeted ads…

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Skype finalizes its move to the Cloud

It has been a slow transition, but Skype is finalizing its move away from a peer-to-peer system to a cloud-based one. When it was first created, the Skype network was built as a decentralized peer-to-peer system. PCs that had enough processing power and bandwidth would be elected as “supernodes” and used to coordinate connections between other machines on the network. Similarly, text, voice, and video traffic would flow between peers, directly when possible (when intervening…

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Riffle Anonymity Network Protects Your Privacy Better Than Tor

Online privacy is an Internet buzzword nowadays. If you are also concerned about the privacy of your web surfing, the most efficient way is to use TOR – a free software that lets users communicate anonymously by hiding their actual location from snoopers. Although TOR is a great anonymous network, it has some limitations that could still allow a motivated hacker to compromise the anonymity of legions of users, including dark web criminals as well…