People can get by with things when they’re in their teens and twenties that won’t fly so well in their thirties. Kids, employers, advertisers, even the government shows an interest in what you’re searching online. Do you want everyone to
Ever since Snowden’s release of reports of NSA spying last June 2013, people increased their concerns about their security online. However, that wasn’t the only case that made the people aware of their security and privacy. In 2014, there was
Our internet privacy is really in crisis right now with all the spying and hacking. We, at SearchLock, realize that. We make sure that we protect your searches as much as we can and we thank you for trusting us.
Our internet and search privacy is worth fighting for and SearchLock has, up to this day, been fighting for it. With the battle getting harder each day, we are worried that our search privacy is being stepped on and discarded.
Technology has progressed so fast that life and technology are now intertwined. Kids are now introduced to technology as early as a year old or maybe even younger. Soon they will come to know about social media websites and
A Google search started it all. Back in March 2014, the CIA installed a Google program that provided a convenient way of searching files related to their torture program. Theoretically, the program enabled to access only to CIA files. In
Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission against Google after EFF discovered through its “Spying on Students” campaign that Google had been collecting and mining data from schoolchildren’s personal information and Internet browsing. The campaign
Edward Snowden gave tips on privacy during an interview with Jane Mayer as part of the New Yorker Festival. His first response was a call for a reform of government policies. He pointed out that some people say, “I don’t have anything
Google chairman Eric Schmidt gave some rather erroneous advice when he was asked about Google’s potential to track and pass information to intelligence agencies during an interview at the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C. “If you’re concerned, for whatever reason,
You’re watching your favorite show on the DVR, and the main character mentions something about tinea cruris. You’re curious. You grab your smartphone and Google it. Tomorrow, you’re spammed with ads for jock itch treatments. How did this happen? If