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GDPR and Updates to Abine, Inc.’s Privacy Policy

GDPR and Updates to Abine, Inc.’s Privacy Policy At Abine, we’re dedicated to consumer privacy rights and support privacy policies that are understandable. We’re committed to responsibly handling any information we collect. We’re absolute in support of you owning your own data. We feel we’ve always been very transparent about our Privacy Policy and Data […]

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Mugshots.com Owners End up with their own Mugshots Online: (or, When Extortion of Privacy Backfires)

For years, websites like Mugshots.com, Mugshotsonline.us, and Jailbase.com have been profiting off of the humiliation of individuals who have had a run-in with the law. Last week, in one of the more comical stories in online privacy, two alleged owners of Mugshots.com finally got what was coming to them – they’ve been arrested on charges […]

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5 simple privacy tips for instant improvements

The lack of online privacy is a big problem, and with Facebook’s controversial proposed privacy policy changes, it’s only getting worse. Luckily, we’ve got 5 easy privacy tips that will immediately cut down on your unwanted digital footprint. Web users know that their information is floating around on the Internet because they intentionally share certain […]

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Is your privacy worth $560 Million?

Jane Doe Wins Lottery: $560 Million – won’t reveal identity After winning an astonishing $560 Million Powerball jackpot, “Jane Doe”, as she’s being called by the papers, is now the subject of intense stress as she refuses to give up her anonymity.It’s the classic “It could never happen to me” scenario: all of a sudden, […]

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Why Chrome’s adBlocker doesn’t go far enough: A wolf in sheep’s clothing

Google has released its new Chrome ad blocker. Yes, that’s correct. Google has announced that beginning February 15th 2018, the Google Chrome browser will begin blocking some types of ads by default on some websites. While on the surface this sounds like Google is taking a stand for the consumer, trying to make the internet […]

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