Friday, September 27, 2019

How The Online Privacy Problem Can Be Solved

This week’s “right to be forgotten” case ruling should be a wake up call for all Web users.

Browsing the Web is very much like driving a car on a city street. There are cameras everywhere scanning the car and license plate. This data is then sold or shared with parties without the user’s consent.

You can’t control being recorded and who is seeing the data, but you can control the data they get. 

Cloud browsing, also known as remote browsing, is like renting a car to drive through the city filled with surveillance cameras. When you browse the Web with a rented browser, websites record the car and license plate of the cloud provider’s computer, not the user’s car.

The Internet provider cannot see or share this data either. They only see that you drove your car to a “browser rental agency”. They cannot see the car, the license plate or any sites you visited. Just like renting a car, there is NO evidence of where you went in or on your own car.

This is how the online privacy problem is solved.

Thursday, September 26, 2019

The Best Private Browser

Private browsers like Tor and Brave claim to offer "private and secure browsing" but that's not really true.

Browsing using a VPN?  Well your data may be secure, but your device isn't.

A private browser is:
  1.  When a website cannot identify who you are or where your real location is
  2.  A website cannot leave any cookies, malware or viruses on your device
  3. Your Internet provider cannot tell what sites you visited.
  4. There is no browsing evidence of any kind on your device
The future of browsing is to use a server in the cloud. This isolates the browser from the user's device. 

When you want complete privacy and security get the best private browser TraceFree.