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The attribute of a system that prevents the release of data to unauthorized individuals. The ability or expectation of an individual or group to reveal information about themselves selectively or not at all.

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Data retention is limited by country law (and GDPR in EU). In my country, the law says 6 months so it's 6 months., but it may differ depending on your location and implicit legislation.
answered Feb 1 by Overmind
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It's a matter of privacy. The thing you definitely determine from the license plate in some countries is the county of the registered car. In small countries some counties have a small number of …
answered Apr 16 by Overmind
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The new Intel Core vPro processors contain a remote access feature that allows full remote access to a PC at any time, even if when the computer is turned off. As long as the power supply is availabl …
answered Jun 29 '16 by Overmind
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If you are in an European Union country, you can just say it's a GDPR violation (even if they officially come into effect in 25th May). GDPR rules are widely talked about now and are exactly about pr …
answered Apr 25 '18 by Overmind
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It is irrelevant that they are in the same network. If the PCs are clean (free of malware, etc), there should be no such issue. Exception to this is if you use 'internet connection sharing' between …
answered Apr 18 by Overmind
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Yes, I take them into account. On HDDs it's more like o be overwritten compared to being stored into free space, because the tendency is to put the data into the faster portion of the drive which is …
answered Sep 9 '16 by Overmind
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spawning them even if they are paid versions; they just spam something different (like other info about other apps from the same company). There is no third party guaranty for safety or privacy. If an app …
answered Jul 21 '16 by Overmind
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. What you can look at in the newer version is the Diagnostic Data Viewer. But that does NOT guarantee or prove that there is documents privacy in any way. At this point my guess is that they will …
answered Mar 1 by Overmind
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Generally, it's a circle, not a line. Prevention means it stops before happening. But to stop it, you need Protection. To protect from something, you usually need to have the means to Detect it. And …
answered Jan 16 '18 by Overmind
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You can determine this given a certain font is used and of course assuming that the black area did not use a different font/size. There are heavy limitations though. Some fonts use just a few constant …
answered Jun 8 '17 by Overmind