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Re: 5 Ways to Improve Your Privacy Online
Posted by: Dietrich T. Schmitz 2013-07-30 13:48:27
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It wasn't long after the Internet came into widespread use that online privacy became a growing concern. After all, anytime people are connected through their computers and sharing resources online, there's the potential for prying and abuse. Such concerns were compounded with the arrival of social networks, online banking and, of course, malware -- among other points of potential weakness. Then -- just last month -- PRISM happened.


Re: 5 Ways to Improve Your Privacy Online
Posted by: JacsonVidales 2016-04-20 20:59:42 In reply to: Dietrich T. Schmitz
A VPN service is more secure than a proxy to maintain pivacy and security. Here is explained better. https://anonymweb.co.uk/best-vpn-service/
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