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The Privacy Advisor | Privacy products you may want to know about: October Related reading: Privacy products you may want to know about

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The Privacy Advisor keeps tabs on new privacy products hitting the market each month. Below is a list of products we think you might want to know about; for more information about them, click on the hyperlinked titles above each logo. Got a product you want showcased? Email Courtney Gabrielson at cgabrielson@iapp.org.

TigerVPN

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A new virtual private network, TigerVPN, permits users to access content from across the world privately, without compromising personal information. It also facilitates user choice of servers from 41 countries. A full year-long subscription is $100, while TigerVPN Lite’s lifetime subscription cost is $29. The company also offers a TigerVPN mobile app for Blackberry, iOS and Android.

 

My Document Shredding

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My Document Shredding is now offering a shredding option for healthcare services that complies with both HIPAA and Massachusetts privacy laws. The company also boasts a 100% recycling guarantee with Monday through Sunday service. Rates are available at the company’s official site.

 

Self-Destructing Memory Card

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Xerox’s Parc announced its development of a memory card that self-destructs. Users can safeguard everything from encrypted passwords to “security fobs,” and by triggering a built-in laser, pulverize the device into tiny pieces. The card is not yet available for purchase.

 

Invizbox Go
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New mobile app Invizbox Go aims to protect device privacy when users enable public WiFi. The app essentially functions as an “enhanced” Tor-based VPN. A limited version of the program is free, and the full Invizbox Go app currently runs for €4 per month. 

 

 

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