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How To Delete Cookies (Major Browsers)

03/25/2015, Cookies are tiny bits of information stored by websites you visit in your PC so when next time you visit that website, they will know who you are and have your data arranged. This helps in many ways, like remembering your shopping cart and login...

Samsung Smart TV Privacy Policy Edited To Be Less Orwellian

02/10/2015, Samsung recently came under fire for its Smart TV privacy policy that many called Orwellian. As the news gathered steam Samsung tried to explain its end but the message just couldn’t go through. So today it has edited the privacy policy to better...

DEA Spies On Motorists Constantly

01/27/2015, Now this could be a particularly chilling thought – how do you like the idea of a government agency keeping constant tabs on you as you move around? It sure as heck sounds unnerving, to say the least, but we have received word that the United...

Kill Switch In Cars A Possibility In Europe

02/04/2014, How does a remote kill switch for your car sound to you? Pretty good actually when you first think about it – should someone make an attempt to steal your ride, you can just shut off the engine, locate your vehicle via GPS and retrieve it safe and...

Major Tech Companies Call For NSA Reforms

12/09/2013, There has been a lot of concern lately over our government spying on us and considering the amount of technology that we own these days, not to mention how much of it is online, it would also seem like this would be too easy for anyone to listen if they...

States Photo ID Databases Widely Used By Law Enforcement

06/17/2013, Since the attention on citizens privacy has been heightened by the noise surrounding the PRISM surveillance program that is said to involve giant Internet companies (which they deny) and the U.S government, it is interesting to know that facial photos...

Samsung KNOX Provides Privacy To BYOD Users

02/25/2013, Samsung has just announced KNOX, a security solution for its Android smartphones that provides a secure container that completely separates data from work and life, giving the user complete control over his/her “private” data, while letting...

The EU officially wants Google to collect less data

10/16/2012, The Nobel Peace Prize-winning European Union has its eyes set on a new regulatory target–Google. Today, French regulators associated with the EU sent Google a letter with an ultimatum: Google has four months to change its privacy policy because of...