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How to Prevent Pixel Trackers in your Emails


There is always a huge debate when it comes to the question, do pixel tracking or targeted ads violate your privacy? I have seen people raising eyebrows when I say that pixel tracking or any tracking for that matter is a huge security concern. These people are usually from the advertising company, justifying that such tracking is only used for collecting statistics which helps them to target ads...

The Incognito Mode isn’t Invincible


Browsers these days come with the incognito mode that is promoted for users to browse privately. This feature is called Private Browsing under Mozilla Firefox, however, this shouldn’t delude you to believe that your private browsing is held at most rectitude. The fact is incognito mode can only help you avoid some low-level tracking and does not serve the purpose of being online in total...

Impact of Edward Snowden on the World


An American citizen named Edward Snowden gave away information that contained documents from the National Security Agency to a journalist from The Guardian in June 2013. The documents were concerned with domestic spying of the people all over the world by the US officials. The newspaper revealed several documents on how the USA deployed a clandestine surveillance program called PRISM. This...

Can you Protect your Online Life while Travelling?


After working for almost a year in your cubicle, the first thing that comes to your mind is taking a break. Going on a vacation is a great way to relax and spend time with your loved ones. In this digital age where you do not have to go looking for a travel agent in your neighbourhood, it very simple to find an ideal vacation package online. Although things seem to be very simple these days, the...

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