Changing the settings will order the results immediatelly.
Permanent data eraser app already available
In accordance with the government decree on the free public data eraser application, from 1 December, buyers will also receive a data eraser label from retailers when purchasing durable media devices.
The infocommunications authority has begun preparations for a free data erasure application
The National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) will provide the technical background to the application that makes the permanent inaccessability of data possible.
How to protect grandparents from online fraudsters
The elderly need our attention, not only on Safer Internet Day. Around 820,000 grandparents and great-grandparents surf the internet with some degree of regularity, which means they enter the digital world at least once a week, but they are less aware of the risks of this virtual space than younger, more accomplished users – reveals the National Media and Infocommunications Authority, raising awareness on Safer Internet Day.
Five pieces of advice from the NMHH for internet users during the coronavirus pandemic
In order to ensure that users have continued access to the internet at sufficient levels of quality, it’s worth reconsidering net usage habits, particularly in peak times – advises the National Media and InfoCommunications Authority.
What makes personal data personal and how does the law protect them?
The Fundamental Law, the Civil and the Criminal Code and the Act on Informational Self-Determination all protect your personal data. This is important to remember, given that even the sharing of a photo may represent a breach of the law if it is done without your consent.
Is the Internet willing to forget, after all?
According to the latest report by Google, European users have requested it to remove over 2.4 million URLs in the past four years.