Your digital footprint has value to many different parties. You should think about how to protect yourself from identity theft.
Google is a massive corporation that often tries to pass itself off as friendly and for the people. Yet behind its colorful logos and attempts to make life "easier" with single sign-on buttons lies a conglomerate with aims of global domination.
Most of the popular search engines track and gather your personal identifying information. The thing is, you don’t want others to know everything about you. Consider the following search engines that don't track you.
From official channels to third-party services, here are the best ways for you to text anonymously.
Using 184.108.40.206 as your DNS server address can speed up the loading of websites, enhancing your digital experience.
Your smartphone is letting WiFi networks track your location. Here’s how it happens.
Due to the high privacy levels and security, personally, I favor Cryptocurrency plus a VPN when sending money anonymously. I will show you how to do it and why the VPN is needed.
ISP tracks and collects massive amounts of user data for different purposes. In many countries, the government even work closely with ISPs to regulate Internet usage within the country. Here's how you can stop ISP from tracking you.
PeerBlock is a free and open-source tool that allows you to block certain IP address from accessing your computer. Although the tool is free, you will need to pay for its IP lists. Let's check out these alternatives to PeerBlock that may make more sense for you.
Google stores all of the history and activities you perform. While this is fine for some people, it's not ideal for those concerned about personal data privacy. The article shows you the steps to delete your Google account activity completely.