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ICLOAK® Featured on News4Jax

ORLANDO, Fla. - Every time you shop online, you’re letting strangers into your life, showing them what you eat, what you wear…


ICLOAK® on Yahoo! Small Business Advisor

It has been suggested that privacy no longer exists. Everything we do on the web is tracked, whether intentionally or not, and more and more consumers are becoming wary of companies and governments collecting their data.


ICLOAK® Featured on Government Technology Blog

In an age when online privacy is elusive at best, an Orlando. Fla. tech entrepreneur has launched a project to protect your cyber self from the prying eyes of government, criminal hackers and data marketers.


ICLOAK® Featured on the Orlando Sentinel

In an age when online privacy is elusive at best, an Orlando tech entrepreneur has launched a project to protect your cyber self from the prying eyes of government, criminal hackers and data marketers.

ICLOAK® CEO Interviewed on ABC 27 WTXL TV TechSmart

ICLOAK® Featured on INC Website

Everybody knows that if you're trying to get an ingenious product into production, Kickstarter is one of the best places to crowdfund your idea and raise the money to do it...


ICLOAK® Featured on professorjosh.com

ICLOAK Stik launched its Kickstarter on Thursday, June 26, 2014 for a new portable privacy tool that allows you to browse anonymously on Windows, Linux, or Mac computer utilizing a USB boot drive...


ICLOAK® Featured on TechCrunch

Meet iCloak Stik: a plug and play device that’s being designed to make robust online privacy accessible to the many not the few — by enabling an average computer user to route their browsing via the Tor or I2P anonymizing networks so it can’t be tracked.


ICLOAK® Featured on Ben Swann

ICLOAK® Creates Revolutionary Way To Take Privacy Into Your Own Hands


ICLOAK® Featured on TheBlaze

New Device Gives You the Ability to Dodge Spies on the Internet


ICLOAK® Featured on Lifehack

Protecting your privacy online is harder now than ever. Whether it is “Big Brother” or “Big Data,” it seems everyone wants to collect as much data as possible on every human on Earth...


ICLOAK® Featured on Orlando Sentinel

A local entrepreneur has officially released a device that he says blocks computer activity from snooping eyes.

The ICLOAK Stik, which resembles a flash drive and plugs into a computer's USB port, blocks websites, agencies and others from tracking online activity.


DigiThinkIT CEO Eric B. Delisle on Fox 35 News about ICLOAK® and Online Anonymity

Elizabeth Kreft Interviews iCloak CEO

DigiThinkIT on FOX News about Internet Explorer Zero Day Exploit - ICLOAK®

DigiThinkIT on FOX News about Internet Explorer Zero Day Exploit - ICLOAK®