Archive - October 2011

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CyberGhost in search for its 1.000.000th User
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CyberGhost goes 1.000.000!
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New! Free Proxy – and a little bit make up on the CyberGhost website
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Verizon is spying on you
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Reid Hoffman – Privacy is for old people
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How to Block Facebook Facial Recognition
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@KickMyAss: No, you’re not right!

CyberGhost in search for its 1.000.000th User

Here we go, starting celebration: Like many of you easily imagined, CyberGhost is not only on the hunt for the Internet’s 1.000.000th paranormal activity, it will also be celebrated. Which means: A fat 2 year CyberGhost Premium Plus subscription and a trip to our headquarter in Romania for the one millionth CyberGhost user! http://s.cgvpn.net/6d A lottery[…]

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CyberGhost goes 1.000.000!

CyberGhost goes 1.000.000! 1.000.000 accounts equals 1.000.000 users equals 1.000.000 anonymized surfers equals 1.000.000 people using an Internet, that’s not been fully cartographed yet, observed and put under control. Such a good news has to be celebrated, no doubt. And we will. But how, will stay hidden for some time. Just stay tuned and help[…]

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New! Free Proxy – and a little bit make up on the CyberGhost website

A little bit make up, a lot under the hood: CyberGhost got a slightly changed new starting page and its first free proxy service for a fast anonymous sprint inside the Internet. Make up: Changed starting page Obvious things first: We have changed the layout of our web starting page a little bit to provide[…]

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Verizon is spying on you

Verizon Wireless has decided to change their privacy policy and they will collect some data from your phones. Irrelevant data such as: URL’s and search strings Device location Apps that you use Demographic information such as gender and age range The good thing is you can opt out: http://www.vzw.com/myprivacy The bad thing is that you[…]

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Reid Hoffman – Privacy is for old people

In case you have no idea, who Reid Hoffman is, well, he is the founder of LinkedIn. Now LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network used by firms and HR departments worldwide, and in this area there should be great interest in privacy. But after seeing their User Agreement things start to make sense. Did[…]

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How to Block Facebook Facial Recognition

Earlier this summer, Facebook released a feature that automatically opts you in and recommends that your friends tag you in photos when it recognizes your face. Here’s how to opt-out of it. Start by clicking the drop-down menu on the top-right of your screen, then select “Privacy Settings.” Choose “Edit Settings” next to “How Tags[…]

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@KickMyAss: No, you’re not right!

Originally stated by HideMyAss just as a ‚Lulzsec  fiasco‘, the arrest of two anonymous members by the US-American FBI is becoming more and more a serious affair about their little helper, a so called anonymizer, who knows his users way too much. Much more than any provider should, be it in or outside a data[…]

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