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DuckDuckGo Search passes 3 million Search Queries

Just a week earlier, DuckDuckGo moved past the 2 millions searches record in a single day. Days later, the private search engine achieves yet another milestone. The company claims it processed 3,095,907 searches on Monday. DuckDuckGo Search Launched in 2008, […]

PrivacyChoice acquired by AVG

AVG is one of the better known security software companies which provides security software for various platforms.. The security firm has added another feather to its cap by acquiring and online privacy organization, PrivacyChoice. PrivacyChoice acquired by AVG Founded in 2009, PrivacyChoice is an […]

Microsoft launches new campaign to help protect user privacy online

In a bid to protect user’s privacy and ensure that they are safe on the web, Microsoft launched a new TV and Internet campaign aimed at educating users about not releasing their private information on the web. “Today we are […]

Facebook rolls out better Privacy Controls for managing your Content

The more you understand your Facebook features, the better your experience with it can be! Especially after the foray of updates that the social-networking giant released 24 hours ago. Facebook, considering users feedback it has rolled out certain ‘Better Controls […]

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Google to track and share user data across its services

Looks like Google is a mood to make a lot of changes in its way of working. It has today announced a major shift in its policy relating to Privacy. Google will be getting rid of over 60 different privacy […]

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Find Out Who Viewed Your Facebook Profile Scam Goes Viral – Beware !

Once again, these Facebook application scams goes viral! This time, it spreads this message on all the wall posts, “OMG OMG OMG… I cant believe this actually works! Now you really can see who viewed your profile! on [LINK]“. BEWARE! […]

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Australia To Investigate Google For Privacy Violations

Australia announced a police investigation Sunday into whether Google illegally collected private information from wireless networks, becoming at least the second country to probe the Internet giant’s “Street View” mapping service.