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How should you protect your Facebook data?

As you will have heard, data from millions of Facebook users has been stolen in order to influence the American elections. How do you best protect your Facebook data? More...

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Location data: sensitive information?

The usual advice is to handle the location data relating to your digital photos carefully. To what extent does this data constitute a privacy issue and what should you do? More...

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Things to not divulge online

The Internet was invented with the aim of sharing information on a large scale, but sometimes you give away more information about yourself than you realise or than is good for you. What information should you keep to yourself? More...

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Google monitors your surfing behaviour

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What does Google do with your data?

On the revamped Google service My Account, you’re given an overview of everything Google knows about you. What information is this and how can you control it? More...

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Increase the privacy of your smartphone

Most smartphone default settings are aimed at user comfort rather than at personal information protection. If you set great store by your privacy, how do you change these settings? More...

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Hiding from prying eyes?

The news stories about Prism clearly demonstrate how the American NSA is capable of intercepting all electronic communication. What can you do to protect your online privacy at least to a certain extent? More...

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Keep your social network settings under control

Like most people, you will probably be active on several social networks. But are you aware of all the different privacy-sensitive settings for all these networks? Blisscontrol helps you keep an overview. More...

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How to cancel your account

In order to be able to use most websites and online services, you are expected to sign up. This is generally very easy, but cancelling your account is much less simple. What are the options? More...

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Surfing to secure sites

You know that it’s best to use a secure website for home banking or online shopping. But are webmail or social networks at risk as well? Can you use a secure address there too? More...
Last updated: 17.05.2019

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