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Lack of Privacy in Free Cloud Storage Services

Storing information in the cloud has turned into one of the more convenient technologies for work. People easily adopted many online storage services like Google Drive and other similar services like OneDrive and Dropbox because they allow access to the information and files from any device, anywhere. There is no longer a need to carry […]

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Patriots Take Aim at Drones and Loss of Privacy in the U.S.

The United States had a shift in its perception of safety since the events of September 11, 2001. According to expert international private investigators, the nation that had traditionally been known for its freedom turned into an over controlled country, where everyone, including regular civilians with no criminal histories, is under surveillance by the authorities. […]

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Black Boxes in Cars – Is the Government Tracking You and Your Car?

Not many Americans are aware that there is a device in their cars that stores a lot of information on them. Event Data Recorders are commonly known as black boxes, and they have been present in most cars since 2006. Originally, black boxes were designed as part of a car´s safety system to be able […]

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Big Brother is Watching: How to Protect Your Privacy

There is always buzz in the news about so-called “Big Brother”, a.k.a. the government, keeping an eye on the people. The intention is supposedly a good one, to help protect citizens from terrorism and other criminal acts.  So we are told.  But it can also interfere with civil liberties, freedom and quickly cross into a […]

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DuckDuckGo: The Safer Alternative to Online Search

When it comes to using search engines online, there are many choices to choose from.  Nevertheless, Google has feasibly had the market cornered for 15 years. The search engine giant holds a staggering 68 percent of the search engine market share in the U.S., followed by Bing at just under 19 percent. In the month […]

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Healthcare.gov, JPMorgan and More: Your Data at Risk

The recent hacking incident targeting JPMorgan is just the latest in a wave of hacking attacks believed to have originated in Russia. No data is safe these days. Even the Obamacare website has been ruled a complete security risk for users, putting millions of Americans at risk. In the government’s plan to redistribute wealth and […]

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