privacy

3-year VPN Unlimited promo ends Wednesday [DEALS]

Remember our little VPN deal from last month? Yes, the one that gave you the chance to protect yourself online for three years for nothing more than a one time $39 payment. Well, it's back with a vengeance but only for a limited time. Our offer of VPN Unlimited's service good for three years is now down to a low price of $20. But this time, you better make up your mind quick if you're grabbing this offer, as the deal ends and goes back to its regular price on Wednesday.

Twitter revises policies and procedures for abusive tweets/accounts

Social media is both a boon and a bane to humanity for so many reasons. And while it is indeed interesting and fun to go on Twitter, read updates and opinions, and start conversations, a lot of times we encounter abusive tweets and users, whether directed at us or those that we see thrown at other people. Twitter is now introducing new policies and procedures to curb abusive tweets and to punish those who are sending said tweets.

Save on the cost of elite hacker protection with ibVPN [DEALS]

Statistics provided by the Federal Trade Commission indicate that the annual instances of identity theft number in the millions and that number is growing every year. That’s because hackers are constantly employing new methods of illegally obtaining your information. You don’t have to be a big corporation to be vulnerable. Indeed, the only criteria for becoming a target is poor online security. Android Community Deals is happy to offer its readers the opportunity to save 84% on 4 years of elite level protection from hackers and identity thieves with the ibVPN Total Plan.

Your phone may be exposed to ‘Android Installer Hijacking’

In an open ecosystem like Android OS, bugs and malware will continue to exist, as long as there is precious personal data to mine and people with malicious intent to take advantage of the security holes in the OS. Palo Alto Network’s Unit 42 has just released an announcement of what a vulnerability it calls “Android Installer Hijacking”, which may be present in almost half of Android devices out there.

Get it while it lasts: 3 Years of Anonymizer Universal VPN [DEALS]

We can't emphasize enough just how important your privacy and security is today. Especially today. That is why every chance we get to offer you affordable services and tools, we take it. Now it's up to you to take it to. With this latest Android Community deal, you get three years worth of universal VPN service from Anonymizer, a leading company in the area of online privacy and security, ensuring that whatever you do on the Net stays personal and out of the reach of prying eyes and hands.

Secure your online presence with 2 years of TigerVPN [DEALS]

These days, one cannot be too careful when going online, especially in some countries where governments have been known to bend the law to fit their needs. So what is a regular Internet user to do to remain safe and private on the Web. Well, there are many means and tools, but one of the most popular is the use of a Virtual Private Network of VPN. And to kickstart you on your way to Web privacy we have here a sweet deal courtesy of TigerVPN.

Keep safe from prying eyes with a 3 years of Anonymizer VPN [DEALS]

Personal security and privacy is critical in today's age and yet very few actually try to avail of the myriad solutions around. Most of the time, it's either because of the complexity of setting things up or the price involved in that. Or both! If you fall in either or both camps, then Android Community Deals has just the thing for you. Protect yourself from snoopers, hackers, and spies with this three-year subscription to Anonymizer's Universal VPN service at a heavily discounted price.

Verizon now allows users to opt-out of Supercookies, online activity tracking

Verizon has been offering new data plan options and deals for all subscribers. The carrier has also been releasing new mobile devices and early software updates for Verizon variants. However, the company has been receiving several complaints and criticisms from privacy advocates about some of their regulations which caused Verizon to revise its mobile ad-targeting program. Apparently, the network is believed to be tracking users for ad-targeting purposes.

LG G3 discovered to have hidden App Ops feature

Remember App Ops? Maybe not, especially after the heyday of Android Lollipop. It popped up, accidentally according to Google, around Android 4.3 as a way to let users make fine-grained changes to each app's permissions, without requiring root. Google eventually closed off access to App Ops in subsequent updates and we've never heard from it since. Until now. Apparently, LG has the same functionality hidden in the G3, which some have now been able to access, much to the rejoicing of power users.
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