Academic Search Engine Knobull Launches Real Academic Search Promotion

BOSTON - BostonChron -- "The fact is that internet privacy has always mattered whether it's 2000 or 2020. The only difference between the two decades is that cyber threats and data breaches have escalated roughly 20 times. That's not a good number nor a great time to be heading online without security precautions," Lynn Bentley, President, Knobull, Inc. announced!

That's the reason the Knobull team has woven the value of a search engine unburdened from commercial clutter and data security into the fabric of the Company.

Bentley continued, "You most likely understand Internet focus and privacy plus its importance, so let's discuss the most common issues that surround your privacy online today:

When you browse the Internet, you may have noticed those obtrusive ads following you where you go that are based on your earlier web searches or visits to websites. You are tracked by websites, advertisers, which we have pledged will never be part of the way we conduct business."

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Here are some safeguards to fight against the discord they sow:

Using a unsecured search engine should be avoided. Those looking for education sources can use a highly ranked, secure academic search engine such as Knobull.

Not logging out of websites and having them remember your credentials leaves your online accounts and personal information vulnerable to anyone who uses or hacks into your device. You should be cautious when opening attachments in emails or on social media as they could contain malware and viruses. Using a VPN is one of the best way to protect your Web privacy.

A strong anti-virus program will keep your device free from all types of malware, such as spyware, viruses, Trojans, etc. You should also activate your firewall to keep unwanted network traffic at bay.

You should delete cookies regularly as they're used by websites, advertisers, and other third parties to track you online. Take advantage of the options that are available to you. Big Internet companies such as Facebook and Google usually give you options to opt-out of some, if not all, of their personalization and tracking.

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In today's era, we constantly back up our pictures and other files on the cloud. Backing up on the cloud comes packed with its own privacy issues. Anyone could intercept your internet connection and view the data you are backing up or downloading from the cloud.

Bentley concluded, "Online focus and privacy clearly matters! Still, think you have nothing to hide? Probably not. Privacy matters because, without it, the Internet becomes a dangerous place for us to traverse. By incorporating these Internet privacy tips into your daily lives, you'll be able to protect your privacy online and browse with peace of mind, knowing that your personal information won't be compromised."

We wish to thank PUREVPN for the research they conducted on this critical topic.

Source: Knobull, Inc.
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