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Google is launching built-in ad-filtering and Apple is kicking ad-blocking apps out of the App Store. What does this mean for users?
It may be no surprise that China shutdown over 125,000 websites in %%currentyear%% alone. What information is seen as so vital or offensive that it needs censoring?
Two years after the US elections were allegedly hacked, US officials are focused on 2018 midterms. How's the US protecting itself & voters from cyber-attacks?
Imagine your ultra-modern, hi-tech firm has been hacked. But then, on closer inspection, you find that they didn't steal company secrets, but computer power.
Facebook users have spotted a new privacy link on the Facebook mobile app. Reading the small print highlights the Onavo VPN poses serious risks to privacy & security
CBC could be introducing a ban on streaming and torrenting in Canada: find out what this means for you and better yet, how you can get around it.
How does EU regulation lead to internet control and website blocking? In this post, we take a look at how it affects European consumers' online privacy.
US Senators are proposing new laws which will force companies to reveal any leaks or breaches. Will new data breach laws will help online consumers.
Australia’s tough internet data retention laws are an extreme threat to your privacy. Here's how to protect your digital privacy with a VPN in Australia.