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Scottsdale, AZ, August 12, 2021 –(PR.com)– Offering every reason to stay informed with insider info about online safety, OfficerPrivacy.com has done it again. With an update to every page and an additional 20 pages to the already information-packed security e-book, the company has left no stone unturned. Using 25-years’ worth of digital forensic experience and a bevy of continually expanding knowledge, the e-book “25 Rarely Used Privacy Tricks” hits virtual shelves.

New additions to the book include “How to Blur Your House on Maps,” “How to Remove Pictures of Your Home From Realtor Websites,” “The Easy Way to Remember Your Passwords,” and the “Pros and Cons of Virtual Private Networks.” The e-book still includes must-have info like “People-Search Sites That Expose Your Home Address,” “How Much Google and Facebook Actually Know About You,” and “How to Lock Down Your Social Media Profiles,” in…

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