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It’s been a spooky October for online privacy. Much is happening this October in online privacy and the FCC and Google are providing lots of news related to how consumer privacy is – or isn’t – protected.
The following post was written by Justin Carroll, a longtime user of Blur and friend of Abine. Justin Carroll is a veteran of over fifteen years in the service of the United States Government. He is a plank-owner with the elite Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC) and has worked on a contractual basis with another government agency. After […]
TL;DR: playing Pokémon Go is probably not a great idea if you’re at all concerned about your or your child’s privacy. The phenomenon of the “augmented reality” game Pokémon Go has been a big topic of conversation around the world. The game relies on real-world physical locations that you can visit – and while there, […]
Virtual credit cards – also known as one time use cards, disposable cards, or for Abine’s Blur customers, Masked Cards – are all very similar to the prepaid or gift cards one sees on the racks in drugstore chains or other retail stores. These cards make a great birthday gift for someone that you may […]
The world is going mobile, and so is your life. You now use your mobile device to play games, check emails and read articles, but you avoid logging in to accounts on your phone because you don’t remember your passwords. Forget mobile shopping; typing in those forms at checkout is time consuming and frustrating. But it doesn’t […]