Monthly Archives:: April 2015

Wi-Fi Security Concerns That Should Not Be Ignored

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Free Wi-Fi is increasingly available in many public places: at coffee shops, libraries, airports, hotels, and even on the public transit systems of some cities. In Canada, the government estimates that by 2015, Wi-Fi networks will carry half of all Internet traffic. Today, connecting wirelessly to free and often unknown hotspots is so effortless and […]

Tracking Privacy: DuckDuckGo Hits 9 Million Daily Searches

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This week, Network World published an interview with Gabriel Weinberg, the founder of DuckDuckGo, a privacy-focused search engine that’s growing in popularity. In the interview, we learn that the search engine has now surpassed the nine million searches per day mark. While this is a small number compared to the kind of traffic Google receives, […]

Tracking Privacy: This Week’s Global Conference on Cyberspace

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, monitors the evolving discussion surrounding privacy while commenting on the stories that matter most to the the growing number of consumers who are making privacy a priority. This week in the Netherlands, representatives from governments and the private sector will convene at the fourth Global Conference on Cyberspace (GCCS) […]