The idea of “in private” web browsing is a falsehood from the start – this is an excellent article that lays out why.
Cathy O’Neil gave a fantastic TED presentation about the use of algorithms to suppress citizens in ways most are not only unaware of, but can’t understand.
In this article from The Guardian, they show that the price of a “free” website is higher than the general public knows.
Nobody likes passwords, but Authentication As A Service is not necessarily the way to go.
It’s finally come to light that voters haven’t been persuaded but manipulated. How can you maintain privacy while still using Facebook, LinkedIn, etc?
Sites have been tracking users’ actual IP addresses through a VPN for some time using the WebRTC protocol, which is starting to get media attention.
As of April 1st, Cloudflare has released a new DNS service that’s faster than anything out so far and is certified private, anonymous, and it’s free.
In the news lately we’ve seen a DNA database get searched and Google searches be used against a criminal, but there’s more to tell that’s not yet been released.
Apparently anybody who uses encryption has something to hide… unless you’re in government.
A brilliant new discovery, researchers at Columbia University have come up with a way of embedding data into unnoticeable changes to fonts.