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when we get into internet . i think someone is taking my data in my phone . i think google or other company is taking my personal data for checking. is this true ???? is their any other site or something which can hack our data ??? if so how can we stop it

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Posted: 11-01-2015 @ 09:45:18



Why You Need Call Recorder Feature? Do you scare you staff who can sell customer's phone list to other companies? Are your children on the mobile phone at suspicious times? Do you want to know what anybody is chatting on the cell phone about? It so awesome to be able to just listen to their calls and make sure everything is right? Well, this is where 1TopSpy’s spy call recording feature comes in handy. All you need to do is install 1TopSpy on phone you want to monitor, you would have access to the recordings of all calls bying made by the target phone
Posted: 11-01-2015 @ 09:45:18
No one has the right to store or use any of your data. But if you go to any cyber cafes, they may track your data which you enter through the keyboard through any keylogger software. They might then use your personal data to misuse or they might sell your email IDs to marketing companies. Just for your social safety, it is advisable to enter your password and other sensitive data through the 'onscreen keyboard' . For onscreen keyboard, go to Start - Run - and then type 'osk' . A new application will be opened. The keyloggers in those computers cannot track any words typed through this application.
Posted: 14-07-2012 @ 16:26:57
Hey when you go to internet cafe just check once on the back side of the cpu there will be a black thing attached to cpu .This is used to hack your data.They will hack your passwords and use it.
Posted: 24-11-2011 @ 15:08:19
If u still want to avoid track strings go to proxy surf also u can set HOMEPAGE in ur browser 1 of such http://anonymouse.org/anonwww.html further *u must login again only by proceeding logout page *dont open that seems fake url [ hacking attempts ]of gmail ,facebook ,yahoo ,see url with https * reference apps must be install on memory card *dont let any app to do autoupdate of software if it is java file...
Posted: 21-11-2011 @ 03:31:34
Of course YES, sites like google, facebook are keepon tracking your web activities once you logged into their sites. Even after you logout, the tracking process continues. This may surprise you a bit, the reason is that their cookies wont get expired easily, and they still available in your computer. Sites like these dont steal your data, they just know the user activites and trying to provide the content the user likes most. The only way to stop such is to use a good antivirus, antispyware, and keep your computer updated with latest softwares.
Posted: 17-11-2011 @ 14:37:04
lits very simple, always loging or go to the trusted sites only and install good antivirus and spyware to ypur phone, so u will be safe and your data also...
Posted: 15-11-2011 @ 22:36:38
Although internet ethics, government regulations and company rules prevent internet giants from taking your user data, the subject has faced much controversy and debate. When you use services of google like gmail or orkut or google plus there's a lot of personal data at stake which can be used for advertisement purposes. Also social networking sites like facebook may sell your private information to ad parties just to earn more money. You might have observed that the ads which are served are in tune with your likings. There's high probability that they may be looking into your data. I would advise you to put stronger security settings in facebook. When it comes to google if you are wary of information going out then delete your social profile in google which reveals everything from your address to full name to school details. Going to some sites like porn or like and typing in your bank account details for payment is very risky since your data is always at risk in such sites. Use only ssl sites for transactions.
Posted: 13-11-2011 @ 15:34:10
Although internet ethics, government regulations and company rules prevent internet giants from taking your user data, the subject has faced much controversy and debate. When you use services of google like gmail or orkut or google plus there's a lot of personal data at stake which can be used for advertisement purposes. Also social networking sites like facebook may sell your private information to ad parties just to earn more money. You might have observed that the ads which are served are in tune with your likings. There's high probability that they may be looking into your data. I would advise you to put stronger security settings in facebook. When it comes to google if you are wary of information going out then delete your social profile in google which reveals everything from your address to full name to school details. Going to some sites like porn or like and typing in your bank account details for payment is very risky since your data is always at risk in such sites. Use only ssl sites for transactions
Posted: 08-11-2011 @ 18:32:46
Some kind of virus software must have got into your phone. It sends ur data back to the people who have got it installed into your phone the first place. The only way to u can avoid it is firstly formatting the memory of your phone by connecting it to your PC and then install an Anti Virus Software to prevent it in future because if the virus enter your phone's system, i cannot be removed easily as it multiplies its self all possible memory locations of your phone.... So I wud prefer you once format your entire phone... elixir
Posted: 07-11-2011 @ 15:28:55
Some kind of virus software must have got into your phone. It sends ur data back to the people who have got it installed into your phone the first place. The only way to u can avoid it is firstly formatting the memory of your phone by connecting it to your PC and then install an Anti Virus Software to prevent it in future because if the virus enter your phone's system, i cannot be removed easily as it multiplies its self all possible memory locations of your phone.... So I wud prefer you once format your entire phone...
Posted: 04-11-2011 @ 13:40:05
Although internet ethics, government regulations and company rules prevent internet giants from taking your user data, the subject has faced much controversy and debate. When you use services of google like gmail or orkut or google plus there's a lot of personal data at stake which can be used for advertisement purposes. Also social networking sites like facebook may sell your private information to ad parties just to earn more money. You might have observed that the ads which are served are in tune with your likings. There's high probability that they may be looking into your data. I would advise you to put stronger security settings in facebook. When it comes to google if you are wary of information going out then delete your social profile in google which reveals everything from your address to full name to school details. Going to some sites like porn or like and typing in your bank account details for payment is very risky since your data is always at risk in such sites. Use only ssl sites for transactions.
Posted: 04-11-2011 @ 13:31:44



Although internet ethics, government regulations and company rules prevent internet giants from taking your user data, the subject has faced much controversy and debate. When you use services of google like gmail or orkut or google plus there's a lot of personal data at stake which can be used for advertisement purposes. Also social networking sites like facebook may sell your private information to ad parties just to earn more money. You might have observed that the ads which are served are in tune with your likings. There's high probability that they may be looking into your data. I would advise you to put stronger security settings in facebook. When it comes to google if you are wary of information going out then delete your social profile in google which reveals everything from your address to full name to school details. Going to some sites like porn or like and typing in your bank account details for payment is very risky since your data is always at risk in such sites. Use only ssl sites for transactions.
Posted: 04-11-2011 @ 13:30:54
Any reputed sites like Google,Facebook etc never interfere with the personal data of their users.Its a company policy.Unless u don't visit some malicious websites like Porn sites,Sites about hacking ,warez sites etc ,there is no threat of data theft.As for ur concern, as already stated keep ur browser and antivirus updated and u don't have to worry about anything.
Posted: 02-11-2011 @ 22:49:05
use latest updated browser, new antivirus (paid ones do better) & upgrade your operating system to overcome this problem. don't open any site when your browser shows message - "the site you wanna open contains no certificates". you will be secured using these suggestions.
Posted: 02-11-2011 @ 15:36:07