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Nancy Jul 20
Fake VPN services are popping up after GOP Congress kills privacy rules
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Nancy Jul 18
10 Incredibly Simple Things You Should Be Doing To Protect Your Privacy (Forbes)
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Nancy 8h
How to Delete Yourself from the Internet: 12 Steps (with Pictures) [caution: scorched earth approach]
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Nancy Jul 20
Blockade is a browser extension that brings antivirus-like capabilities to user web traffic by blocking malicious resources from being viewed or loaded inside Chrome or Firefox.
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Peel Regional Police Jul 19
A tip to consider to prevent a break and enter to your home. Reinforce your doorjamb with galvanized steel to withstand shoulders, kicks, and other attempts to break your door in.
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Nancy 1h
What to do if your VPN is Blocked | VPN University
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Nancy 20h
Are you ready? This is all the data Facebook and Google have on you | Dylan Curran | Opinion | The Guardian
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Donnie Hollandale 6h
Talent should protect themselves, from now on. Contracts should now include that any past events, behaviour, comments that have been made aware to both parties, cannot be used as grounds to fire.
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Re Claim Jul 16
Things can go bad quickly when cycling on roads
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💞 ~I Am Aje~ 💞 Jul 12
If you make threats to anyone & you give them reason to believe you have no problem acting on them, then yes they have every right to report it legitimately especially when there is proof
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Nancy 33m
Surveillance Self-Defense Against the Trump Administration
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Nancy Jul 21
How to find out what data Apple has on you - CNET (May 16, 2018)
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Nancy Jul 21
Phone and laptop encryption guide: Protect your stuff and yourself
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Vicky Tzalachani Jul 17
Replying to @TVDvicky
*YOU MY SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER! For Christ's sake do your parents teach you anything about private information and the means to protect it? Otherwise, what about cyberspace security? You go around giving your phone number like it's a flyer! Protect yourself!
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Nancy 13h
How To Keep Your Browsing History Actually Private
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Nancy 9m
The Grand Tor: How to Go Anonymous Online | WIRED
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Nancy Jul 21
How to Protect Yourself (and Your Friends) on Facebook (March 19, 2018)
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Nancy Jul 19
Facebook Gave Device Makers Deep Access to Data on Users and Friends (June 3, 2018)
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Nancy Jul 21
How to Sweep For Bugs and Hidden Cameras | WIRED
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Nancy 7h
Smartphone Security 101: Key Steps From PINs to Permissions | WIRED
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