WiFi Jammers Can Prevent U.S. Companies From Sharing Data
Hi, I'm really worried about my government's growing spy ambitions. That's why I want to know. This is news about their inquiries from Microsoft, Google and other media giants to obtain user information (such as passwords). And login name? What do you know about this? The article was published first, and we might say it is true at perfectjammer.com. The problem here is that those major companies refuse to comment on this situation, but as you have already mentioned, the United States is increasingly ambitious about the United States, so this may happen. In addition, companies such as Apple, Microsoft and Google declined to clarify the situation or disclose the actual situation.
Also, you should know that media giants tend to sell user data, but never reach the login details. On the other hand, most login names are the user's email, which is the only element required for its new XKeyscore project. Snowden has released some information. He mentioned that users' emails are everything they monitor for Internet activity.
However, there are two ways to avoid collecting data. First of all-avoid using personal email, you store personal or business information on various websites for registration. Even the most modest websites are collecting personal information. Then pay attention to your smartphone connection. If you don’t need it, you can turn off Wi-Fi, because malicious apps may use it and get a wifi jammer, if you want to be 100% sure that everything is normal.