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Data Protection Online

Your data is incredibly valuable when it comes marketing, business, and the Internet. Your privacy has the potential to be violated in a number of ways, by multiple parties, in order to serve various private interests. We’re talking about data collected from your smartphones, smartwatches, and laptops. You’ll be alarmed to find out how websites, data collectors, and online trackers are not too concerned about your data protection and how they go about capturing your every move online.

This data makes money for data brokers and companies like Google and Facebook purchases data from these and other companies in order to recommend products and run advertisements in your feed, as well as make other suggestions. You’ve seen it; sometimes it’s handy but honestly more often than not it’s to manipulate your decisions be they shopping, voting and influencing what you should and shouldn’t like.

This category of the eBlogger will focus on stories about how data collection is taking place online and methods you can take to for better data protection. The less these data collectors know about you the best, trust us, or better yet read for yourself and understand why.

eBlocker protects you, your family 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
Phishing: When Criminals go Fishing by e-mail

Phishing: When Criminals go Fishing by e-mail

27. Mar 2018 / Editorial Staff
More and more fraudsters try to lure unsuspecting Internet users to manipulated Internet sites with deceptively genuine phishing e-mails. Anyone who enters access data or passwords here has fallen into the trap.  More and more perfect - more threatening. Read More
Malvertising: Harmful advertising

Malvertising: Harmful advertising

25. Mar 2018 / Editorial Staff
Advertising on the Internet is not only annoying, slows down the page layout and increases the data volume: Sometimes banners and pop-ups even cause real dangers - exactly when so-called malvertising attacks are used. In the childhood days of the Internet, publishers put content for which they had Read More
Cybergangsters Now Tap The Computing Power Of Computers

Cybergangsters Now Tap The Computing Power Of Computers

22. Mar 2018 / Editorial Staff
Cybergangsters are usually keen on credit card data or passwords, now they have their sights set on a new target: stealing computing power, so-called cryptojacking. Hundreds of millions of Internet users have already been affected. Read More
Tips to Prevent Internet threats

Tips to Prevent Internet threats

18. Mar 2018 / Editorial Staff
In the digital age, clever thieves no longer steal handbags or crack cars: they are targeting the data and money of Internet users. The number of people affected has increased, as has the amount of damage. Attackers today know many tricks to get data or money. 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