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Privacy & Data Protection

In today’s digital world, there is no such thing as personal freedom and true privacy. With the advancement of the internet and technology that

How many smart devices do you have in your home? According to research published in 2021, the average American household contains 25 intelligent items,

orld, where everything from your smartphone to your Google searches tracks your every move, the idea of total privacy might seem alien. 

Clearing your home with a shotgun is no simple matter, and there's a lot of prep you need to do to make an effective

It's a shame that American folks have to deal with these pathetic scammers and criminals on top of all the problems brought about by

Even if you don't own a computer or use the internet, your personal information is more than likely in the hands of people, businesses,

Recent events have once again brought to light the fact that the government is spying on us, just as Snowden reported when he left

Rather than putting all your information in one storage form, diversify, and also remember as much as possible so that you don’t to rely

The internet has made life easier in so many ways, but it has a dark side as well. Not only has the internet

Tricking thermal imaging cameras might not be so simple but if you take the following into account you might just be able to stand

You can't see anybody standing right behind you, but they are there, following your traces through the virtual world. Then they easily scan your everything

Advances in technology tend to displace workers, as Artificial Intelligence is the biggest job displacer. We need to make sure that we are not

With all the CIA and Vault 7 news, try to be more careful about what you put over the Internet and other means of

Americans have traditionally valued privacy very highly. Follow these seven steps to protect your privacy when using the Internet.

Our Police State USA has now reached new devastating heights of radical intrusion, stepping into our privacy in the sanctity of our own church.