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Suman Boro 29m
Can't trust these days. A Lot of spam calls & messages after ordering a product from them. The spam callers even knows my name, product I bought, it's price & when I bought it. Are our personal data secure?🤔
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MADANA Nov 9
There has been so much talk and fuss lately about the issue of privacy, that one tends to forget that is a basic human right. We believe everyone should be able to use products and services without being tracked, surveilled, or censored.
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Open Rights Group Nov 12
The agrees that technology needs strong protection. Yet their new guidance is not compulsory so can be easily ignored. Protecting privacy must be a priority, not an option.
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CyberGhost EN Nov 12
"Chrome will soon get a new feature that aims to stop mobile subscription scams."
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Nubian Queen 11h
Have you got Alexa?? 👇👇 We'll DON'T bother Asking CLASSIFIED Questions - it'll be "Computer Says NO" !! Tip: The More Wireless Devices you have in your house the More they can monitor You
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🎮Alexandru Gherasim⚛ Nov 16
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Julien Le Clainche Nov 14
I asked an online tracking company for all of my data and here's what I found
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365 Technologies Nov 13
Cybersecurity can’t be an afterthought. Great article discussing “privacy by default” – a better way to collect data – and practical tips on how to protect yourself. via
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Spy Tec Nov 16
A space revolution: do tiny satellites threaten our ?
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Jeremy Paquin Nov 16
It is going to be a long afternoon! Everytime I read PIPEDA I die a little.
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Spider Guard Data Protection Nov 16
Venezuela’s “carnet de la patria,” or fatherland card which allows access to basic services to holders pose risk in privacy but Venezuelans are willing to overlook the threats just to have access to their needs.
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Jimmy Michael Nov 16
Facebook Filed A Patent To Predict Your Household's Demographics Based On Family Photos
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Evan Kirstel Nov 12
Once , and other genetic-testing firms have your data, there are few limits to what they can do with it
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Arnaud Vanderroost Nov 16
Users of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook have had their breached by Microsoft, says Dutch investigators >
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House of Rai Nov 16
"privacy not included" Great work from with a buying guide for retaining your with tech products this xmas.
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Why_We_Do_That 3h
Book - The Identity Trade: Selling and Reputation Online HT
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ChainTrail 2h
Blockchain can do away with paper-based processes, enhance accountability and transparency between different stakeholders. Explore the growing adoption of blockchain in education. @Thynkblynk
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Newcastle Bullion Nov 16
One of the many advantages to a dealer such as ourselves being housed within a , is that our clients have the ability to come and collect their purchases in physical gold in total and complete .
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TuRedDeVida Nov 16
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Epik.com Nov 11
Privacy is a RIGHT, not a PRIVILEGE. Why would anyone in their right mind still be paying $9.99 per year for when they can have it for and at ? Time to move your to higher ground.
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