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How To Protect Your Smartphones And Tablets Against Data Leaks

Big Data - gathering personal data in a large scale - anybody has heard of it - anybody was at least one time a victim of data gathering of this manner. Especially when using Smartphone Apps in connection with social networking and media.

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Leaks regarding your data security

Though users are protected against being tracked without caution by the validation of the actual European declaration of data security through the use of cookies, there are still capabilities within actual browsers to attach tracking IDs.This includes among others the "localStorage" area of the browser which can be used by javascripts as long-lasting cache.

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