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Twitter has announced that it will ban sharing photos and videos of people without their consent. Twitter says that the new policy is in line with its commitment to protecting people’s privacy.

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How to check if someone is snooping on your email

Do you suspect that someone may be accessing your emails and snooping around through your mail? With email still the most common method of communication, there is a high chance that your email account may …

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Best Messaging Apps in 2021 – Privacy and Security

WhatsApp Snapchat Facebook Messenger WeChat Telegram Signal Every person has the right to privacy. Whether it’s the privacy we have at home, in trial rooms at the local fashion store, or while connecting with loved …

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Dangers from within – The Ransomware affiliate system

The number of companies being affected by ransomware continues to grow worldwide. Ransomware gangs have been able to obtain significant payouts from companies in exchange for unlocking encrypted files or not publishing confidential data online. …

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How do Ransomware attacks work?

Living in the age of technology, you must have heard about ransomware attacks at least once. You’ve either heard about it at work or read about it in the papers. Perhaps you’re seeing a pop-up …

Facebook account cloning

How to prevent your Facebook account from being cloned

Data has become the most critical resource in today’s world, and your personal information is no different. With everything about your life available on social media, it is not that difficult for those with ill …

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