Tag: privacy

April 7, 2023
Five workarounds to do when a site asks you to disable ad-blocker

When you visit a site or blog with your ad-blocker setup on the browser, it asks you to disable that. At this point, there are several workarounds to do. Let us see them one by one. Disable javascript on your browser. Most of the anti-ad-blocker are javascript. When you disable the javascript engine on your browser, that anti-ad-blocker won’t execute. If you’re with the uBlock Origin, you can disable javascript through its menu.

November 21, 2022
What should you do if your content is stolen

Today I read a post on blogging sub-reddit which asking what should your or I do, when other bloggers copied contents from your blog? Even worse, those sites which stole your content ranks higher on Google search result page. Here’s some actions you can do to fight back. Contact the site owner The easiest one is to contact the site owner through email address (if you can find it) or any other means you find.

May 10, 2022
How to to VPN off on iPhone

As the terrain becomes further and further technological currently, with 5G super-fast internet speed and the frequency of live-streaming platforms, VPN will come the most important foundation. Occasionally when we install VPN on iPhone, we frequently can not find the entrance to turn it off, although VPN is accessible, occasionally when we do not need it, we can not get into the web runners that we can get into my normal network.

February 17, 2022
5 Tips to Protect Yourself Online

Pixabay Our lives are becoming increasingly online. More and more of your everyday activities are now taking place in the digital world, as we use our phones for things like banking, watching TV, and ordering groceries. Our phones contain all the most important information in our lives and the majority of us would be lost without them. Mobile technology has allowed us to compress our entire existence into a tiny pocket-sized device.

July 2, 2019
Why anonymous social media is better

This is the story why I prefer to hang around on sites like Reddit, Hacker News, or Twitter than the other social media services. I need a bit more privacy . Those sites, as the time I write this post, is treating its user’s privacy better than other popular social media sites. Here’s why anonymous social media is better – at least for me. Privacy concern I still remember the time when there are many smaller forums which more focused on smaller niche, but have a deeper focus on their own niche.