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Official Android Version of Tor Browser Released on Google Play Store

“Stable” version of privacy-focused Tor Browser removes the need for complex workarounds

David Hughes
By David Hughes
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The Privacy Paradox: China’s Data Protection Regulations

Policymakers in Beijing are implementing a nationwide data protection scheme with far-reaching implications for internet users, businesses, and emerging technologies.

William Chalk
By William Chalk
Prague Cityscape at Night

Nations Unite in Calling for Greater Huawei 5G Security

Over 30 countries back security suggestions at Prague Summit in light of Huawei concerns

David Hughes
By David Hughes
Home Router

Researchers Uncover Vulnerabilities in WPA3 That Allow Hackers to Attack WiFi Networks

The flaws have been named “Dragonblood”

Charlotte Darrell
By Charlotte Darrell
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Proposed Updates to US Children’s Online Privacy Law to Prevent Tech Companies From Collecting Teenagers’ Data

It aims to ban ads targeted at minors

Charlotte Darrell
By Charlotte Darrell
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We Need Better Rules to Tackle Cyberviolence Against Women

Women, as well as men, have benefited hugely from the internet and new technologies that have afforded power, visibility, and access to opportunities - but they are also at risk in the digital world.

Jennifer Baker
By Jennifer Baker
The Bangkok skyline at night

New Thailand Cybersecurity Law May Enable Government to Monitor Citizens’ Internet Activity Without Court Order

Critics call it “cyber martial law”

Charlotte Darrell
By Charlotte Darrell
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Mergers Off? Tech Companies Could Get Too Much Data

If company A has certain information on you and company B has different information, should they be allowed to merge? Big Tech companies can amass colossal datasets through mergers and acquisitions - and the European Commission could rule these moves anti-competitive.

Jennifer Baker
By Jennifer Baker
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Dark Web Market Price Index – 2019 (US Edition)

This 2019 update to the Price Index shows hacked accounts are still cheap on the dark web: even big brands like Apple, Fortnite, Netflix and Airbnb cost less than $15.

Simon Migliano
By Simon Migliano
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Dark Web Market Price Index – 2019 (UK Edition)

This 2019 update to the UK edition of Price Index reveals hacked accounts are still cheap on the dark web: even big names like Apple, Fortnite, Netflix and Airbnb sell for less than £10.

Simon Migliano
By Simon Migliano
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