May 22, 2020

VPN Factors
For the uninitiated, a virtual private network helps turn a public and monitored internet connection into a private and secure one. With this tool, users can send and receive data via shared or public networks with full anonymity and security. However, the ultimate goal of a VPN is to ensure secure internet access for safe […] Read more

Privacy Tip of the Week: Delete Your YouTube History

April 7, 2020

Privacy Tip of the Week: Delete Your YouTube History

YouTube hit the internet in early 2005. It quickly boomed in popularity. By 2006, users uploaded more than 65,000 new videos every day. In addition, the video sharing platform had 100 million daily views. Also in 2006, Google acquired the company for $1.65 billion worth of Google stock. Since then, it has grown and evolved […] Read more
Clear Your Cache

March 31, 2020

Privacy Tip of the Week: Clear Your Cache

Browsing the web is easy. Just log in to your browser of choice and start exploring. However, few users actually think of the technology that makes internet browsing possible and practical. Part of that tech is the cache. A cache is a digital folder that stores a variety of web elements. Elements may include images, […] Read more
Secure Google Drive

March 24, 2020

Privacy Tip of the Week: Secure Google Drive

Google Drive is one of the most-used cloud storage services in the world. For many, the service is integral. Individuals, for example, rely on Drive as a way of keeping personal documents easily accessible. In addition, businesses use it as a method of sharing and storing work files. With the rise of work-from-home situations, use […] Read more
COVID-19 Scams

March 19, 2020

Your Guide to the COVID-19 Scams Infecting the Internet

A new disease is infecting the world. For months, news of the novel coronavirus has dominated headlines. Although people are coming together in these trying times, there are others profiting from COVID-19. Scammers and hackers are one such group. Through the use of phishing and other tactics, they’re spreading a different type of infection online, […] Read more
Working from home

March 17, 2020

Privacy Tip of the Week: Stay Safe While Working From Home

News of COVID-19 dominates today’s news headlines. The novel coronavirus sweeping the world has impacted dozens of countries globally. Social distancing has become the new norm. Because of this, many businesses are deciding to make the switch to a work-from-home model. Although working from home has its perks, it also poses unique challenges. One challenge […] Read more
Facebook Cloning

March 10, 2020

Privacy Tip of the Week: Look Out For Facebook Cloning

Facebook has more than 2.3 billion active monthly users. Of all the accounts associated with those users, a portion of them are clones. Facebook cloning occurs when another user makes a copy of your account. They take publicly available info, such as your name and photos, and recreate it. Although cloning is not the same […] Read more
No logs policy

March 5, 2020

The Importance of a VPN No Logs Policy

As of early 2020, roughly one in four people use a virtual private network. There are many reasons for this. For example, a VPN hides browsing activity, unblocks content, and increases digital privacy. There are also dozens of them on the market. However, not every service is created equal. Although we expect our virtual private […] Read more