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How to Unarchive Gmail Messages – Top Guide!

Nowadays, most of the population of this planet prefer to use Gmail for their daily lives. It is one of the most significant and unavoidable tools for day to day communication. But, some people get so many emails in one day that they just can’t be able to manage their inbox and get stuck with many unnecessary mails.

How to Unarchive Gmail Messages

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The Cops Don’t Need a Warrant to Monitor Your PC and Cell Phone

There was a time not too long ago, when the law enforcing authorities in our neck of the woods needed warrants to seek access to the personal property or private details of a person. And this was also the case when they wanted to monitor a suspect’s movement. However, recent technological advancements have ensured that not only is the aforementioned monitoring task made easier, it is also being practiced without any warrants – probably since you don’t have to bust open doors anymore to gain access to the information you desire. And understandably, this revelation has not been taken too kindly by the masses that now fear being involved unnecessarily in police investigations.

Cell phone tracking and PC monitoring

Cell phone monitoring and PC monitoring has helped out the cops’ task of digging into your privacy and extracting out whatever they might desire. Nowadays cell phones are equipped with GPS that aids the police in their quest of keeping an eye on the movement of their target. Even the older cell phones, without the modern day GPS, are being monitored via the cell tower that they use. And what’s even scarier is the fact that the police have access to this feature, even if the users turn their cell phones off. So basically if you’re a tech savvy gadget buff or a conventional cell phone user, either way the police are tracking your movement and constantly accessing your data.

No warrant needed

According to an ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) report the police track the movement of whomever they want – which can amount up to millions of people – without any warrants or probable causes. And this is being done outside the judicial jurisdiction. This practice has been going on since the late 90s, and for a country that touts itself as the hub of democracy, this isn’t exactly the most democratic way of solving any crime issues – to say the very least.

Lack of awareness

Not everyone is aware of the presence of such technology, and some of those few that know about it, quite possibly aren’t aware of its availability and open use by law enforcing authorities. Hardly anyone knows that their location and movement are being scrutinized, and could be used as evidence in court, if need be. So whether or not you have anything to do with the mafia, or if you find being involved with law enforcing authorities particularly repellent, you could still prove to be the source of the missing piece of jigsaw of a potentially massive police case. And while it does look good if you want to clamor about the “greater good” of the country, what it also does is that it absolutely shreds the prospect of privacy into tiny little microscopic pieces.


The police defend their side of the picture by claiming that the cell phone monitoring and PC monitoring on their part is perfectly legal, and is particularly helpful in cases of missing persons and for tracing suspects from the crime scene. However, if you look at things from the constitutional point of view, there is a huge question mark over the whole thing. The 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution “forbids unreasonable searches and seizures” and says that you need a warrant to search someone, and for that particular warrant you’d need a probable cause.

Possible ban

There is a proposal being floated by a couple of US lawmakers to ban the police, or any other authority for that matter, from monitoring the people without a warrant. It seems like a timely call, and needs to be implemented, or else soon we’d make a complete mockery of the 1st Amendment that called for the “protection of the freedom of association”.

Author Bio

Natalia David is the author of cell phone monitoring and PC monitoring technology. She provides tips, tricks and news about mobile phone monitoring apps. You can also follow her on Twitter @NataliaDavid4 to get the latest tips about cell phone technology.


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Learn How NOT to Get Hacked Your Yahoo Email Account

Recently I have seen few of my friend’s yahoo account getting hacked and continuously getting email from them which can get my account hacked too. So I thought let me write a small tutorial for you to fight back this kind of hacks. Following below are the 4 steps to do to safeguard from any possible hacks from websites:


  1. Use firefox browser it’s much speeder and safer than IE. Firefox is a free web browser available for all major operating systems. You can also download portable version of firefox if not able to install new software in your office systems.
  2. Use NoScript plugin (must install), for firefox, which block all the unauthorized JavaScript from running in your browser. This is the best thing you can do to remain unhackable from malacious internet website. Yes there are many website like twitter and facebook which are heavly depend on JavaScript to run, for such website your can simply allow these website to run JavaScript using simple NoScript plugin options.
  3. Use WOT (Web of Trust) suggestions for visiting new websites by installing WOT plugin for firefox. The WOT add-on shows you which websites you can trust based on millions of users’ experiences. Great tool available for free at your service.
  4. My Final advice to you is be smart and don’t click on any links coming from any emails including your know contacts which look phishy and unusual.

One extra universal advice is to use good, realiable and updated antivirus for your valuable system. Using above tips can help your account not getting hacked and you will remain safe from unwanted internet virus. I use them on my system.

These are just quick tips I wanted to share with you, please do share your comments and your trick to remain safe from internet viruses.

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Top Information Gathering Tools For Hackers

For those who don’t know much about me, I am also a Certified Ethical Hacker. I am have immense interest in information security and ethical hacking. In my initial days of engineering I was very much fascinated by hacking stuff and still its one of the best things I like to do. Don’t worry I don’t plays tricks with my readers/visitors.

I had complied a very good list of Information Gathering Tools and most of them are free to download.

Note: Use at your own risk, some of these tools can banned you from your ISP, also foolish use may result very bad consequence. Don’t use it if you don’t know what you are doing.

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