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    Searching Porn? How & Why One Should Delete Google Search History

    September 27, 2013
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    Your Search pattern reveals a lot about you, and Google is already implementing encrypted search to safeguard your personal life. Though, this is on server level, but what if somebody have access to your laptop, smartphone, and he can quickly go through what you have searched in past few months. Google offers you an extensive platform to find out almost anything and at the same time could make you bluff you in an instant after a ...

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    Mega Emerges as New MegaUpload Face

    January 21, 2013
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    Kim Dotcom’s Megaupload was one of the top tech news of the last year After United States Department of Justice seized the Megaupload domain, Dotcom promised his comeback with something better, and which complies the federal law. Finally, he is back with a an upgraded version of Megaupload with the name “Mega“. Best way to share files for free List of Websites to send Large files Mega rises as more than simple file sharing site. Here are some ...

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    How to Create Secret Board in Pinterest

    November 9, 2012
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    Pinterest which is one of the popular social networking sites for images is going one step ahead with a new privacy feature call Secret board. So far, there is no way of hiding your pinned stuff on Pinterest. There is no such settings as privacy which will let you set your Pinned board for any particular category like your Pinterest profile subscribers, for limited people and so on.  Now, pinterest added a new feature call “Create a secret board” ...

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    How to Clear Internet History from Popular Browsers

    November 6, 2012
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    One of the important aspect of online privacy is remove all your past traces. Specially, for us when we access internet from a public computer, friends computer or from a system which is shared with multiple people, you should ensure that you clear internet history once you are done accessing the internet. This will ensure, no body could trace what all websites you have accessed. You should also consider deleting browser cookies, which is one ...

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    Facebook’s New Privacy Settings: A Google+ Rip-off?

    August 24, 2011

    Facebook just announced on their official blog that some new privacy settings and features will soon be rolled out. They aren’t live yet, but as the blog post goes, it looks like Facebook has taken a leaf out of Google’s social networking book to bring out the said new settings and features. There are quite a few new things actually and yes I’m going to talk about all of them, if you don’t understand then ...

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    Google+: The Safe Alternative to Facebook

    August 23, 2011

    One major hang up for involvement in social media has been security concerns. For this reason Google+ has captured my curiosity in their claims to have advanced privacy options. I can’t help but wonder if this could be the turning point in the Facebook vs. Google race. In reviewing the Privacy Guide a few features caught my eye that I thought those with any interest in internet marketing might find helpful: Circles Although Facebook offers ...

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    Privacy Laws Should Protect The Victim, Not The Abuser

    March 24, 2011

    This is a guest post by BigDaddyCash. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check our guest posting guidelines. Privacy is a constant bugbear for many people who use the internet, particularly those who use social networking sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn but computer privacy is also a big deal at work. If you’re using a computer supplied by an employer, how much privacy should you expect to have when it concerns objects you’ve downloaded ...

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