Early this year, the U.S. Congress rolled back Internet privacy rules, giving service providers free reign to track, store and sell browsing data. In July, the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) issued a warrant to DreamHost, asking for a list of everyone who visited DisruptJ20.org — a site used to plan protests at President Trump’s inauguration. Both events raise important questions about online privacy, and many consumers are turning to Virtual Private Networks (VPN).
More private than private browsing
Firefox private browsing with tracking protection is great at protecting you from invasive trackers and keeping your browser history secret, but when you surf the web, you leave footprints that Firefox can’t erase — your IP address is logged at the sites you visit and your ISP may keep records. That usually isn’t an issue, but the sites you visit could expose you to unwanted attention from government agencies or even hackers. A VPN can hide those footprints from prying eyes and add an extra layer of security against hackers.
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A long time debate ends here. A book or a Computer/Phone screen what should be used for reading. This research says it all and the paper book wins. Read the full article here.
Most common 4 types of personalities stated by Carlo M. Cipolla are as follows.
How would you categorize them if get the chance to describe someone’s personality on first encounter. You should read this interesting article if u want to learn this magic. And I will try to describe this in short.
Lets Take an example, If a person is selling second person a goat, he may act as follows
- Helpless – suffer loss
- Bandit – trying to sell overpriced
- Intelligent – looks where both can get a happy deal
- Stupid – cause lose to both parties.
Now you know what these 4 types of personalities are, hurry and take notes when u negotiate with someone. Thanks for reading here is the link.
Get email address from log file
grep -E -o “\b[a-zA-Z0-9.-][email protected][a-zA-Z0-9.-]+\.[a-zA-Z0-9.-]+\b” emails.log > email.log