Anonymity is the Internet's most uninhibited property. An anonymous Internet user is someone who bears no publicly disclosed identity, and whose intentions are neither known nor predictable. The state of non-disclosure creates an unregulated social environment, where those who have suspicious, unethical or immoral intentions such as Identity Theft, Website Fraud and Blog Scam can act against the common law. These actions create a collectively negative, insecure and unproductive environment.
Anonymity facilitates a wide range of online website fraud, blog scam and online identity theft incidents with virtually no legally enforced correctional and anti-fraud or anti-theft measurements applied. Website security becomes compromised, placing website publishers and their online identity at risk.
Some of the most common and frequently unrestrained breaches of law on Internet collective include:
Other creatively approached online fraud, extortion and cyberstalking schemes include:
With growing volume of website and blog fraud and suspicious website activity, the Internet law enforcement becomes a critical branch of online social security and tracker data reinforcement. Online personal profile identity and business identity theft crimes start with a suspicious activity that must be detected and measured. The law enforcement would not be viable without credible and trackable website fraud or blog stalking evidence. The evidence fabrication from questionable data sources that exploit the law enforcement facilities creates a scheme that exploits fraudulent loopholes in the government legal system.
With fraudLog EU GDPR compliant tracker, an anonymous person is converted to a trackable personality that can be traced worldwide regardless of where the Internet connection is established. This provides an ultimate fraud protection, blog anti-stalking solution and suspicious activity tracking. fraudLog website and blog tracking and monitoring allows an anonymous web visitor to retain a comprehensive personal identity privacy (no identity is revealed), while allowing the webmasters that track visitors on their websites to understand and monitor visitor's content accessibility and track online marketing campaigns along with website and blog performance statistics. All this is possible with help of EU GDPR tools that allow for ultimate scalability and compliancy with the EU GDPR directive
Using fraudLog website click and blog tracker, protecting and controlling the flow of website visitors can be easily configured with all advanced SaaS software functions built-in while retaining a controlled blog or website usability. The entire SaaS software website click tracking, blog tracking and identity theft tracking process can be conducted without compromising the security of online publishers presence and the target audience's preference to retain personal identity privacy. Along with the current EU GDPR directive, the full set of compliancy tools provide an ultimate combination of scalability and functionality.
With Internet audience activity and campaign click fraud tracking and monitoring provided by fraudLog website tracker, combined with web publisher's vigilance, online fraud (including campaign click fraud), business website identity theft and online stalking prevention becomes a manageable objective. Each access to web publisher's content is logged and stored for later analysis of potential fraudulent activities and identity theft incidents.
The website visitor tracking information includes geo location information of the network from where each person has connected to a website or blog, the referrer url and origins of the referral, personal computer identification information such as an IP address, operating system data, browser information, web hosting information, organization, Internet service provider name, IP address, how many IP addresses were changed by the same visitor and so on.
Another substantial feature of SaaS fraud tracking and blog anti-cyberstalking software fraudLog website tracking engine is ability to redirect suspicious website visitors by IP address, country name, state name, city name and region name. Visitor fraud blocking and redirecting can also be achieved via ISP name, visitor organization, website visitor hostname and other technical visitor connection specifications. fraudLog website and blog tracking SaaS software is a highly capable EU GDPR compliant system that has been recognized around the world for its extended capabilities and outstanding performance.
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