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In the era of increasing digital intrusion into private life, there has been little anyone could have done to fight it. In fact, most of us have ourselves provided personal information to one website or the other.

Whether it is a social media platform like Facebook, Instagram or Twitter or ecommerce websites like Amazon, Flipkart and Myntra, we have all added our name, phone number, address and email at the very least.

But these are large websites which have strong privacy policies. But there are countless small and shady websites which do not protect user data.

On top of that, many websites fall for security breaches and data leaks and often our personal information ends up online, including our bank accounts.

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