Internet privacy act is long dead

Data Privacy Act is Long Dead

We never had internet privacy. By the books, all of us should have rights with respect to our private data, which means that we must have personal privacy to browse the internet and not being watched. But in the end, it is all like browsing with a camera eye always…

Security and privacy for the most popular web browsers in 2019

How secure is your online browsing activities? Are you confident that the web browser your using at the moment is safe for you to surf the internet? There are numerous web browsers available at your touch, which would be the right one to enable with reference to security and privacy…

Risks of social media and dangers of social networking

Risks of Social Media: 14 Hazardous Apps for Kids

Cyberbullying, cyberstalking, catfishing, online inappropriate behavior, and so forth — popular risks of social media that teenagers are exposed to. Should Kids Have Social Media Apps? Why kids should not be on social media? As guardians, we must shield our children from online predators, harassers, stalkers and each other kind…

protect internet banking from online banking scams

Protect Your Online Banking

Online banking can be compromised, even with the simplest offline means. In a recent case, banking fraudsters scam a Filipino expat in Dubai for almost 22,731.99 Dinar in just a few hours. This was done by just calling the client informing the victim that their Emirates ID was not up-to-date…

How To Avoid GDPR Block for EU Users?

The traditional setup on the Internet is that everyone can access websites from anywhere, except when there are legal implications such as a breach in copyright laws. This was well and good for everyone until May 25, 2018, when the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was enforced. Because of…

top 10 private messenger apps & secure messaging apps 2019

The Best Secure & Private Messaging App in 2019

WhatsApp recently sent out a notification asking its 1.5 billion users to update the app out of the fear of hackers injecting malicious code using the app’s call function. It is not the first and not the last instance where prominent service providers put their users at gunpoint. Then after…

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