Over a week has passed since the scandal involving ProtonMail, or rather its decision to pass IP logs of climate activists to the Swiss government.
A vigilante anti-pirate malware is spotted in the wild, blocking infected users from accessing websites with stolen media content.
Remote workers are not very keen to use Microsoft Teams to connect with peers, so some choose Discord. Why is this a bad move for their privacy?
CCPA, the California Consumer Privacy Act, has banned the use of dark patterns – cheats and tricks that make users do things they didn’t mean to do.
Fascinating stories about “extremely online people” from the other side of the law that were captured thanks to some silly and somewhat humorous mistakes
Spotify algorithms show no intention of resting on their laurels, now filing a patent to incorporate emotion recognition to their service.
Choosing a VPN service is critical when remote work is a norm, but it’s even more important to understand what VPNs can do with your data.
Facebook has commented on iOS 14 and its features, provoking the media to goad them with a privacy stick. Now the feature is delayed until the start of 2021.
Information operations handled by experienced and politically motivated nation-state hackers are not on the radar, but they should be ‒ the elections are close.
The FBI tracked down three young men responsible for a recent Twitter hack and the following cryptocurrency scam involving the platform’s biggest accounts.