This year at CTIA 2013 there’s been a lot of focus on privacy and how people can protect themselves from giving up too much information online. After all, what you put online – stays online.

AVG’s COO, John Giamatteo, thinks that Las Vegas is the perfect place for this debate and has been pioneering privacy for the individual for years; we all know the saying “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”.

AVG want to give control over internet privacy back to users, and has taken another step towards accomplishing that with its recent acquisition of Privacy Choice.

Privacy Choice has developed a powerful tool called Privacy Fix that will help users control their privacy settings across the web from one simple interface.