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  • Anonymous Browsing Sites: Are There Solutions to Stop Criminal Activity?

    There are several anonymous browsing sites available (Tor being one) that can be very useful for legal purposes, but are often used for illegal purposes as well. What are some solutions to this issue?
    By Ryan Tetzlaff March 10, 2014 

  • Your Online Privacy (Or Lack Thereof)

    Imagine using a "Candidate Prediction" web tool in order to pick the right candidate for the job. Is this where modern technology is heading? How much can we learn about someone using just the internet?
    By Russ Warner November 7, 2012 

  • How to Maintain Your Internet Freedom Through Proxy Sites

    Tired of getting hauled before the man for visiting ''forbidden'' websites at work or school? Maybe you just hate having your web surfing habits dissected. Well, you can kill two birds with one stone thanks to HTTPS proxy servers!...
    By Charles M Bowen January 25, 2012 


  • A Look at Google Wallet's Security

    Imagine being able to pay with your phone. Instead of fumbling with cash or deciding which card to use, you could store all your accounts on one device. You are probably wondering: What if that device is hacked or stolen? Let's consider the...
    By M.S. Smith January 12, 2012 

  • European Law Student Takes on Facebook Over Privacy

    Max Schrems is a brave, 24 year old law student from Vienna, Austria, who is challenging Facebook's use of personal data for things such as creating shadow profiles and long-term tracking. So what is the problem here, and just what will be the result...
    By Christian Cawley October 29, 2011 

  • What Is MyLife? Is it a Scam or a Social Networking Tool?

    If you have found yourself on the website MyLife.com without signing up, you're probably wondering how this happened...
    By Christian Cawley October 19, 2011 


  • Internet Privacy Resources and Information Guide

    You need to keep your personal information private so no one can use it against you or for their own gain. Find out how in this Internet privacy guide.
    By Donna Buenaventura September 27, 2011 

  • Sarbanes Oxley Computer Privacy & Disposal Requirements

    Ready to trade in your black-and-white screened relic for a shiny new Mac? You might have to hold your horses if you run a publicly traded company. The Sarbanes Oxley Act strictly mandates the retention of all financial records for 5 years. Avoid...
    By Charles M Bowen August 28, 2011 

  • Who Else Saw That Reply? - Email Privacy

    Emails exist in an odd legal state. People often assume that their messages are more private than they really are. If you'd like a look at the complicated world of email privacy, take a look inside.
    By Aaron R. August 15, 2011 

  • COPPA and You - What You Need to Know About This Privacy Act

    The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) of 1998 is a very important set of rules for business owners who wish to have a website that deals with children's demographic. Parents will also want to understand this act, so that...
    By Aaron R. August 5, 2011 
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