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Anonymity

Every trip to the Internet leaves traces, with which users can be clearly identified. Even weeks later data collectors can find out when and what websites you visited. Many folks want to be anonymous while on the Internet. Maybe it’s due to the type of sites they are visiting, maybe they just feel it’s nobody and no corporations business. Google, Facebook, NSA and even cybercriminals want to know who is doing what on the Internet. The crazy thing is almost all users make it easy for them. So how can you be anonymous while surfing the web?

In the articles under our eBlogger category anonymity, we will point out some of the biggest mistakes you can make when you think your browsing anonymously. We’ll provide tips and recommendations how you can configure your browser, what tools can help and what practices to follow to enable better anonymity while surfing. And trust us, just switching to the incognito mode is not going to cut it.

What you do on the Internet is your business, and we’re here to help protect your privacy. eBlocker protects you and your privacy and as our motto goes – “Your privacy belongs to you, not the internet.”

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Welcome DSGVO/GDPR – the Challenges Continue

Welcome DSGVO/GDPR – the Challenges Continue

25. May 2018 / Kevin Ells
The DSGVO / GDPR Rules Change a Lot - But The Tracking Remains It was desired, it was feared - now it is finally here, from here on the DSGVO (data protection basic regulation) and GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) the new data protection laws in Europe are in effect. The positive news Read More
Facebook data abuse is just the tip of the iceberg

Facebook data abuse is just the tip of the iceberg

29. Mar 2018 / Kevin Ells
Facebook data abuse is just the tip of the iceberg: Why the whole Internet is a data protection scandal. The three most important reasons why personality profiles on the Internet are never safe Secret profiling is common practice, even without disclosing personal data The current Facebook Read More
What does the Internet know about me?

What does the Internet know about me?

02. Mar 2018 / Editorial Staff
Word has spread: Surfing the Internet leaves traces. How many clues are there, how expressive they are and how deep they penetrate our privacy - is surprising and rather disturbing. This article explains what you disclose during an everyday trip into the data network. Read More
Setup a VPN: How it works

Setup a VPN: How it works

01. Mar 2018 / Editorial Staff
To set up a Virtual Private Network (VPN), you must first create a user account with a commercial VPN provider and specify how you want to pay the VPN access fees. In addition to the usual payment methods such as credit card, direct debit or bank transfer, many providers offer anonymous payment me Read More
Why should I hide my IP address?

Why should I hide my IP address?

01. Mar 2018 / Editorial Staff
For unique identification, a device requires an address within a data network - be it in the home LAN or on the Internet. This is the only way to ensure that data packets reach the right recipient. This is done via the so-called IP address. Read More
Big Trouble in Little Data

Big Trouble in Little Data

21. Feb 2018 / Editorial Staff
‘Big data.’ ‘Metadata.’ ‘Raw data.’ B.J. Mendelson has a passion for privacy, so he created a book “Privacy” from his collection of essays on privacy protection.  This is an excerpt from the chapter entitled "Big Trouble in Little Data."  We felt it was worth sharing. Read More
Spyware Warning: Web Trackers Are Spying on our Children on the Internet

Spyware Warning: Web Trackers Are Spying on our Children on the Internet

22. Jan 2018 / Editorial Staff
Children and Internet?  Almost all parents are concerned about the dangers such as violence, bullying, and pornography on the web.  Safe alternatives suggest offers explicitly aimed at the young target audience, such as child-friendly sites for entertainment and educational sites.  Nobody expects Read More