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In light of the currently en vogue privacy debate raging all around the world and given the flippant stance of many of our often used communication platforms with regards to securing its users’ privacy, it is becoming more and more evident that if the user wants privacy online, he’ll have to snatch it, for it [...]

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India’s CLAT 2013 entrance exam for law universities leaked full email ids of all online applicants, which have since been using for phishing attacks.

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Even without realizing, you have perhaps allowed hundreds of apps access to your personal info. Identify these apps and protect your Facebook, Google, and other network profiles with MyPermissions Cleaner.

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Lock Down Your Facebook and Google Accounts with Privacyfix

Privacyfix is a free Chrome and Firefox extension that automatically scans and identifies potential privacy issues in your Facebook and Google account settings and tells you how to fix them.

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Spongebob Diner Dash, a popular kids game for iOS, was recently pulled from the App Store due to a privacy claim from the Center for Digital Democracy.

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If the Government wants user data so badly, there has to be proper accountability. This is exactly the kind of big-brother surveillance that people resent, and guess what! It has never been easier for the Governments, with all these online services curating more data than ever available earlier.

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A list with more than a millions active email addresses harvested from Facebook apps has shown up for sale in the open market.

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McAfee Social Protection Protects Your Facebook Photos

McAfee Social Protection protects your privacy by blurring your Facebook photos in addition to making it impossible to save, copy or share your uploads.

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Facebook is better known for privacy issues that its users are confused about, and here is yet another Facebook privacy chaos. The social media giant has crossed the limits of privacy and has now decided to track the apps that you use on Facebook via your mobile phone.

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Google has launched Google Maps Coordinate. Google Maps Coordinate allows bosses to track subordinates and deploy them in places of need. However, we think that Coordinate actually infringes upon the workers’ privacy. Read on to find out more about Google Maps Coordinate.

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With every click of the mouse and every touch of the screen, we are like Hansel and Gretel leaving breadcrumbs of our personal information everywhere we travel through the digital woods. Collusion for Firefox sheds light on how personal data is tracked across website.

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With ethical acts like this, Twitter has proven time and again that it has its priorities set right, and that users and their privacy comes first.

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Supercookies or flash cookies are not really cookies. They are tracking mechanisms that are almost impossible to get out of your system.

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Google has come out of this investigation clean. The FCC said Google did not capture Wi Fi data illegally, but fined Google for $25,000 for stalling the investigation.

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CISPA is a less aggressive version of SOPA, which threatens online privacy. It grants powers to Internet and telecom companies, allowing them to spy on their users with zero accountability.

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