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.
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
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
What you search for on the Internet reveals an incredible amount about you. Your interests, thoughts, political beliefs, desires, plans, and even your secrets. Google, Bing, Yahoo, and others can practically read our minds. As you surf the web, you carry with
Whether you are a businessperson, a worker, a student, or a just a regular browser of websites, a Virtual Private Network (VPN) will provide valuable convenience. VPN is a group of computers networked together over a public network—a configuration otherwise