Coronavirus and geotracking: privacy concerns
Some governments are using geotracking apps to protect citizens from the Covid19 outbreak. Of course, this is meant to help – but this data could be stolen.
Chrome Incognito mode – not as secure as you think
The Google Chrome web browser offers an ‘Incognito’ mode to protect your privacy – but does it work?
Tens of Thousands of Legal Cannabis Users from the USA Exposed in a Data Breach
The details of approximately 30,000 legal cannabis customers have been accidentally exposed by a software company. The data consists of scans of ID cards.
Dating apps are leaking some of your most sensitive data
Meeting new people has never been particularly easy, which is why dating apps have become so popular. Using carefully calculated computer algorithms, these services match…
Tor vs. VPN: What They Do and Which is Better
Trying to find the most secure way to encrypt your searches? Our guide on tor vs vpn analyzes the pros and cons of each browser.
Do humans listen to the recordings made by smart assistants?
Most of the time, the tapes are reviewed by real-life human contractors who might be sitting on the other side of the world.
The Justice Department is suing Edward Snowden over a book
Whistlerblower Edward Snowden, released a book called ‘Permanent Record’ on Sept 17th. Now the Justice Department is suing him.