Tag Archives: privacy

DMCA..Ignore at Your Own Peril

In May 2012, I wrote a blog titled “Competitive Intelligence 201: Locating and Protecting your Web IP”…In the blog post, I gave a couple of examples of companies that appeared to ‘borrow’ from competitors.  It appears as if one of … Continue reading

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How to choose a VPN that will protect your privacy (Guest Post by IVPN)

This article is written by Christopher Reynolds, head of business development at IVPN – a VPN service, and EFF member, dedicated to protecting users’ online privacy.  I don’t often allow guest posts but Mr. Reynolds and IVPN have done a … Continue reading

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“Pleased to meet you…hope you guessed my name…” – Sophisticated CyberAttack hits US Dept of Energy

  UPDATE: A new report released shows that Chinese military is involved in CyberAttacks.   Read the full story here and download the report. Foxnews released an article today that outlines a sophisticated cyberattack targetting the US Dept of Energy.  Surprisingly, … Continue reading

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Beating an Old Drum

It’s the end of what has already been a tough year for data security.  And the news just got worse.  South Carolina has announced that its Department of Revenue suffered a major breach.  The breach is so massive, in fact that more … Continue reading

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Mobile Privacy

Smartphones have changed the way we interact with our world.   They’ve introduced a new level of convenience, but they’ve also introduced a new potential threat to our privacy.    As consumers, we should be informed about the choices that … Continue reading

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