Travel Tip of the Day: Protect Your Privacy

3M Privacy FilterProtect Your Privacy
Don’t like people looking over your shoulder when you’re using your laptop while traveling (or at all)? Then get a 3M privacy screen filter like I have. These lightweight screens prevent your seatmates or passersby from seeing your screen. The only way the screen can be seen is by sitting directly in front of it. Now I can do my work and even pay bills without worrying that someone is watching over my shoulder.

 

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Comments

  1. Johnny, your tip made me go in search of one for my iPad…and it turns out 3M does make them for the iPad and the mini! Thanks for prompting my bit of research.

  2. Jeffrey Miller says:

    Absolutely true. My company requires we all have these screens. You never know who is looking. However, the person directly behind you can see it. As always use you best judgement whether to do something confidential right there and then or keep somethings for when you get home or to your hotel.

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