US consumers are set to lose control over their online privacy as a consequence of the US Congress throwing out incoming rules for Internet Service Providers that would have given consumers a direct say in how ISPs can use their private data. The overturned rules – passed last October but not yet implemented – would […]
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Avira redefines digital safety with the Free Security Suite: digital lives made safer, faster, and more private than ever before.
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The Full Monty is a film about unemployed steelworkers doing a complete striptease to salvage their lives and reputations. It’s a reference to the British slang for a “whole lot”. And in a typical WiFi network, a Full Monty describes the “whole lot” of exposure and lack of privacy that users experience.
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Flipping the web browser to the Incognito might be the first – and last step – many people make to insure their online security. That’s too bad since Incognito does virtually nothing to secure your activities from surveillance…
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Gold medal achievements don’t come out of thin air. They are the result of hard work, extensive practice, and having some of the best support available.
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Great news everyone: Our Phantom VPN now incorporates all major operating systems for computers and mobile devices: Android, Microsoft Windows, and Apple iOS as well as Mac.
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You wouldn’t go on a walk naked – why go exposed online?
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