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WinASO EasyTweak

WinASO EasyTweak is a convenient tool to optimize systems, maintain and improve networks and personalize settings. It can be used to...

October 27, 2014 by X.M.Y. International

Facebook dials back on third-party app shares

Is Facebook turning a new leaf when it comes to privacy? Maybe, maybe not, but users might have a little more control over third-party apps connecting to the social network.

May 27, 2014

east-tec DisposeSecure 5

Don't give away sensitive information, valuable corporate trade secrets, business plans, personal files and letters, or traces of Internet...

February 17, 2014 by East-Tec

AbruStop Privacy Protection

The AbruStop Privacy Protection package is a Mac OS X application firewall that protects the customer's private data by preventing,...

September 6, 2013 by TicuCise

Privacy activists accuse Facebook of missing deadline

A group of Austrian students, whose complaints prompted Ireland's privacy regulators to give Facebook a stern ticking-off, has accused the social network of missing deadlines imposed by those authorities for implementing changes.Facebook has offices in Ireland that manage all its operations outside North America.

April 4, 2012 by

The Facebook experiment

Methods used by the world's largest social network have become the de facto standard for trading private information for a convenient service, but privacy experts say it could be a generation before we see how the great Facebook experiment turns out.

March 22, 2012

Telstra's breach worse than Sony, Voda?

The Australian Privacy Commissioner has launched a formal investigation into Telstra's most recent privacy breach, which security experts have damned as worse than the recent Vodafone and Sony PlayStation Network breaches.

December 11, 2011 by

Google offers Wi-Fi database opt-out method

Google has delivered a way for people to opt out of having their wireless routers mapped by the company's Street View cars, as it was ordered to do by European data protection authorities.The company’s privacy chief, Peter Fleischer, wrote in a blog post on Tuesday that those wishing to opt out would have to rename their home wireless network, or SSID, so that it ends with the suffix '_nomap'.

November 16, 2011 by

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