Anonymous+privacy

Showing results 1 to 20 of 39

August 16, 2015 By EasyMP3Downloader

Real Hide IP

Real Hide IP is privacy software which allows you to conceal your IP address, choose IP country and surf anonymously. It can protect...

February 22, 2015 by

AFP backs privacy and metadata over anonymity

As Australia's PM ramps up his push for the passing of the government's mandatory data-retention Bill, AFP assistant commissioner Tim Morris has said that the agency cannot support the right to anonymity where it may lead to unlawful activity.

July 7, 2015 By freshbits GmbH

Pathshare - Realtime Location Sharing

Realtime location sharing has never been this easy and safe at the same time. Share your path with your friends, family, colleagues...

June 29, 2015 By AVAST Software

Avast SecureLine VPN

It's easy these days for someone to follow your online browsing activity - whether you're checking your bank balance and emails,...

November 27, 2011

Is anonymity online your right?

Do you have the right to be anonymous online? If so, when? Anonymity protects Syrian political activists, internet trolls and criminals alike. There are no easy answers.

November 9, 2011 by

Online anonymity hard, but not impossible

It is difficult to trust websites to protect personal information, especially amid reports of data leaks and privacy breaches, but online anonymity may still be possible if consumers are aware of what they're sharing online, and organisations observe best practices.

June 6, 2010 by

Video: The repercussions of an 'anonymous' web

Most of the Generation Y, privacy/anonymity does not appear to be a problem. It's a transient issue, until their privacy and personal information becomes a matter of issue. One teenager, creator of 4chan sparked off the anonymous subculture in magnificent style.

November 2, 2007 by

Why Apple only takes credit cards for iPhones & the legal questions raised

Earlier this week, in a post headlined Apple, hackenomics, and the waning anonymity (and obsoletion) of cash, I warned of how Apple's practice of requiring credit cards to purchase iPhones wreaks of a future where our cash is no good and our privacy is sacrificed as a result of dealing in the far more trackable (and far less anonymous than cash) currency of plastic (credit cards, debit cards).

July 22, 2007 by

Privacy: The new search competitive edge?

Updated below: Search giants are upping the ante on the privacy front.Not to be outdone by Google's privacy policies Microsoft is reportedly making all search information anonymous after 18 months, according to Reuters.

Newsletters

You have been successfully signed up. To sign up for more newsletters or to manage your account, visit the Newsletter Subscription Center.
Subscription failed.
See All
See All

Most Popular