In 2019, the Government demanded Facebook to handover with the highest number of users data. What did Facebook do? It complied with the request almost 88% of the time. But the worst part is that the Government wanted to keep its request in dark. The request was backed by a
The Internet has delved so deeper into our lives that it is almost unimaginable to live without it. We use the internet to connect with people all around the world, to research anything in the universe and to satisfy our entertainment needs. However, while the internet has given us so
VPN or Virtual Private Network tools are one such addition to the cybersecurity industry. They have quickly gained popularity due to their ability to bypass Government censorships and unblock geo-specified websites. They also ensure optimum privacy and protects user identity and data. Tor browser private web + vpn helps you fight against cyber-criminals.
There’s an easy yet risky way to scan your whole device using Google Chrome. It is risky in the sense that it concerns your data privacy. However, there are still some benefits to using it.
Google Chrome isn’t as simple as it looks. There are a lot more functionalities to it than it looks on the surface. In today’s article, we’’ discuss Chrome’s safe mode and how to enable it to ensure browsing security.
With so many social media apps, we are sharing too much of our personal lives online that it has become much easier for anyone to stalk, intimidate or track our private life.
We all turn to the internet nowadays whenever we want to buy a new product. It can be to research about the product, learn about its functionality or to see the pricing. What if you want a new iPhone and search on Google for it and suddenly a notification pops-up showing you a crazy good deal about a cheap iPhone.
Image recognition has quickly become everyone’s favorite technology lately. From technological companies to whole Governments, image recognition has become one of the most common ways to ensure safety and security. However, just like the case is with other technologies, image recognition is also vulnerable to cyber-attacks and can threaten your personal reputation and assets if misused by hackers or even agencies.