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Full Online Tracking Protection with Blur and a VPN

You need both a VPN and Blur to be fully protected and private online. Every time you use the internet, you put yourself at risk.  Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) can log your every move online and sell that information to advertisers.  Hackers can monitor your internet activity, including your personal information.  Imagine the scenario […]

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Blur Masked Emails: The VPN for email addresses

It’s 2016, the era of Big Data, and between Apple’s recent encryption debate with the FBI and news of government database hacks, you’ve decided it’s time to beef up your online security to protect your identity. If you already use a VPN to protect your identity while browsing online, you’re headed in the right direction. But with […]

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Protect your identity with a perfect pair: Blur and your VPN

People who are concerned about their online privacy will often use a VPN, or Virtual Private Network, to reroute their IP address and make it appear that they are browsing from somewhere else.   Blur, the only password manager that also protects your payments and privacy, is an ideal partner to a VPN service. Why? […]

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How to use 23andMe without violating your genetic privacy

This article was originally published on VentureBeat. If you’re like me, the idea of knowing what’s in your genetic profile is both fascinating and scary. Everything from your ancestry to your likelihood of getting Alzheimer’s to how quickly your body processes caffeine is in your genes, just waiting to be uncovered. And the company 23andMe […]

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How to choose a VPN that actually protects your privacy

The following post is from iVPN’s head of business development Christopher Reynolds. IVPN is a Virtual Private Network (VPN) provider and Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) member that’s dedicated to protecting user privacy.  Make no mistake: we’re in the midst of an upheaval when it comes to online surveillance laws. From the US to Australia, western […]

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