How much your personal data worth?

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In a cyber criminal world your personal data has a value. Usually it is massively collected from computers by malware, trojan horses or viruses. Most popular place to find personal data is obviously your browser. When data is stolen, it is processed, sorted and prepared to be sold. Usual package contains information about people from… Read more »

Russian “SOPA” has come

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Today, is the last day of free Internet in Russia. First of August is the day when Russian “SOPA” (anti-piracy) law comes to power. According to new regulations access to any website can be entirely blocked by ISP prior court listening. Copyright holder is only required to file a complaint and a website owner is… Read more »

What do you want adult sites to know about you?

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Have you ever thought which information do you share while browsing porn websites? Sounds like a not big deal, but let’s count together. First, you share your IP address, which could be used to determine the location up to the district in the city, you immediately disclose which Internet provider you use as well. Second,… Read more »

How to watch Netflix in Germany?

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What if you travel abroad and still do not want to miss your favorite TV series and movies on Netflix. It is known that Netflix is only available in USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, South America, UK, Ireland and some Nordic countries except Iceland. But what if you are traveling somewhere else, for instance to Germany?… Read more »

Enemies of the Internet

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Here is a nice infographic about countries where Internet access is controlled by government. Most of the places are located in Middle-East and Asia, but some in East-Europe as well.