One of the many reasons why the internet is being censored is because there is just too much information available right now. People can basically access any information they want merely by browsing the internet. And the governments do not like that. Thus, it is doing everything in its power to limit the information that Read More
If you’re using the Internet without being worried about how to protect your online privacy, I salute you. But take it from someone who knows a thing or two about privacy, Edward Snowden – you need to protect yourself when going online. To an average person, this may sound paranoid, but every move you make Read More
It’s Data Privacy Day, an international effort to increase awareness of data security and privacy and encourage best practices to say safe online. Google has got in on promoting the day too. You may have noticed that reminder on its homepage today to check up on your privacy settings.
Anti-virus firm AVG Technologies is launching its own Tor-enabled router with a built in VPN. You’ll recall that AVG acquired HideMyAssVPN earlier this year.
In this era of cyber threats and dwindling privacy, Virtual Private Networks (VPN) are a vital tool for any Internet user to access the web in safe and secure way. VPN are advanced Internet technologies that reroute normal web traffic through private servers and encryption protocols to ensure that the flow of data is kept Read More
The eighth edition of the Rugby World Cup kicked off on September 18. If you weren’t able to watch the first tournament matches, you can still catch up with the remaining games and cheer your favorite team as they compete with the world’s elite rugby teams. The tournament will run until October 31 so there Read More
Privacy activist Max Schrems is taking a case against Facebook to the European Court of Justice today to prevent US government agencies accessing user data.
This week, the joint organization of Wikipedia and their subsidiary Wikimedia announced they would be launching an official lawsuit against the National Security Agency in a United States court of law.
Users of the popular BitTorrent client uTorrent recently discovered that the program had been installing software on their machines that utilized any idle CPU power on their computers to mine for Litecoin.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in the United States has voted to approve an extension on the NSA’s most controversial phone record collection programs until June 1.