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Defending your Net Neutrality using a VPN

April 6, 2015 by in category

https://www.flickr.com/photos/freepress/14557082400/ Net neutrality has its historical roots in how telephone lines work. While using a telephone line, you can dial your preferred number and connect to it right away. It does not matter whether you are connecting the call from Operator A to Operator B, nor does it matter if you are dialing the number of a [...]

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How to tell if your VPN is trustworthy?

April 4, 2015 by in category

While using a VPN network, you should know that all VPN providers are definitely not worth trusting. Some of these providers keep record of your connection time and some others also snoop on the websites you’ve browsed or the videos you’ve downloaded. They’ll justify this activity by telling that this is being done in order [...]

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Bruce Schneier and Edward Snowden at a Harvard Privacy Event

January 23, 2015 by in category

Bruce Schneier, Harvard Berkman Center Fellow, spoke with Edward Snowden about government surveillance and the effectiveness of privacy tools like encryption to an audience at Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. This conversation was part of the annual symposium on the future of computation in science and engineering hosted by the IACS- Harvard's Institute for Applied [...]

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The 5 Biggest Online Privacy Threats of 2015

January 1, 2015 by in category

The 5 biggest online privacy threats of 2015 With the coming of the New Year, we also come across an entirely new round of privacy threats and breaches that are going to make things difficult for web surfers. Whether it is identity thefts, corporate hacks, cyber-security risks or the traditional computer hacking; hacking geeks warn [...]

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What they don’t tell you about Low Cost and Free VPNs

May 1, 2014 by in category

These days, with the huge competition among VPNs, many VPN providers are coming up with incredibly inexpensive plans for the users. But then, have you ever wondered about the real strategies behind these plans? Yes. These plans do have a strategy and no matter how much you want to ignore, let’s face it: there ain't [...]

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Using a VPN to prevent your mobile operator from tracking you

May 1, 2014 by in category

When internet first came to inception, user privacy simply meant going online while no one was in the room. But now, with the advent of technology and data collection business models, the internet has changed to a commendable extent. It’s not at all surprising that Google has the data of 0.87% of your search results. [...]

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