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When you think of internet privacy violations,
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One study revealed that at least 20 percent of respondents have used private
browsing. At this point, it is a...
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Many search engines, including Google, track information such as where you logged in
from, the kind of device...
Another area you need to be aware of is your
social media usage. Social media sites archive
information which can be vis...
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Preventing Violations of Your Online Privacy

When you think of internet privacy violations, you probably imagine someone stealing your financial data or a person you know reading private emails without permission. Both of these scenarios are common today. But with our increasingly complex digital environment, there are a number of other areas that are put at risk when your internet privacy is violated. Here’s what you need to know. From the creators of SearchLock, the search engine that doesn't track your search history. Get more news, privacy tips, and updates at http://blog.searchlock.com.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Technology      
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