The ideology of “Friendly Sync” is simple: Don't store user data on servers, allow device-to-device storage and sharing, and still encrypt it! How’s that for “make sense?”

Welcome to The Terminology of Friendly Sync — privacy friendly
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Data and online privacy of personal information have become the utmost concern of web users today. There are reasonable reasons for that as well. If we look at some of the known onslaughts on online privacy in the past decade or so, we will come to realize that it’s about time to think seriously about the personal data we willingly feed to several online services and platforms. From social networks to messaging apps…

Since the latest privacy brawl of WhatsApp, the global online community is throwing itself wildly on several other so-called privacy-friendly alternatives. The thing is: It won’t make any difference in the end if we don’t use an overall approach for privacy protection.

Why Everyone Needs an Across-the-Board Approach to Protect Online Privacy
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Let’s just truth be told, plain and simple! If you use World-Wide-Web, you are willingly giving some or more of your personal information for the taking. However, the good thing is that you can be tracked less by using certain methods and apps, but you will still be tracked anyway. I recently read an article on the MIT…

Jibran Ahmed

A writer with a keen eye on a lot of things. However, all of those things should be related to knowledge and ideas, otherwise they are not important!

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