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Aigerim Berzinya - Oct 12, 2018

Google Plus will be shut down by the end of August, 2019. Within three years about 430 apps had access to the private data of Google Plus users - such as name, email address, occupation, gender, and age, no matter if users marked the data as private. It seems that 2018 will be known as the year of the “data breach”, but you never know. It is still October...

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    These tips will help you ensure your safety. It is important to choose the right clothing and equipment, such as GPS, to make your outdoor experience breathtaking.

  • The Star Wars Tour of Ireland - Every Filming Location on the Map

    Aigerim Berzinya and Bellina Bi - Sep 25, 2018

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  • Security experts Siegfried Rasthofer and Stephan Huber worked on a study titled “All your family secrets belong to us – Worrisome security issues in tracker apps”. The experts revealed a huge amount of security vulnerabilities among 18 of the most popular location sharing and spying apps that can be found in Google Play Store.

  • "Big company overstep fatigue" got you down? Well brace yourself, Google has recently been caught out in 3 major breaches of users' trust. #1, surreptitiously recording and storing users' location data without their consent. #2, incognito browsing isn't as incognito as you thought, and #3, Google Home and Chromecast are also spilling data.

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  • Survival Tips for the Solo Female Traveler

    Aigerim Berzinya - Jul 19, 2018

    Can I travel by myself? What if I get lost? I bet these questions are very familiar to ladies, who are thinking of traveling alone. Location sharing is one of the main tools to keep your families and friends updated on where you are. Here you can find advice from professional female solo travelers, must-have items in your backpack and recommendations on the most suitable GPS apps.

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  • The European Union is trying to make companies respect individuals` data privacy. Hopefully, GDPR changes giant internet corporations` attitudes regarding data protection. One day other countries will follow the EU and will come up with similar laws to keep all of our data encrypted, private and anonymous.

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