This page is hiding something. . . If you can find it, you will find another. . .
getting tougher as you go along.
If you think you got what it takes then let the games begin and good luck!
PS: The image below is a hint of where your first clue is. . .
Over the years our online privacy and security has been exploited by corporations, online
scams and more. It is not about having nothing to hide, it is purely the violation itself against
your human rights. When a corporation knows more about you than your family and friends,
you have to wonder just how much information you are unwittingly giving away and not just
on yourself but those you are connected to through social media, messaging apps. . .
The definition of online privacy is the level of privacy protection an individual has while
connected to the Internet. It covers the amount of online security available for personal and
financial data, communications, and preferences. Internet users often attempt to increase
online privacy through anti-virus software, strong password choices, turning off tracking,
reviewing site security, and opting for stricter privacy settings. Risks to online privacy range
from phishing scams to malware, while problems with website security may result in identity theft.
Online security represents the rules you follow, actions you take, and processes that happen to ensure you are safe on the Internet. With security threats (malware, scams, phishing, hacking, etc.) becoming more and more common nowadays, online security has become more important than ever. The 2 youtube channels below are
great sources of information on protecting your privacy and security online.