Photo of the Tencent headquarters

Apple Safari for iOS Revealed to Be Sending User IP Addresses to Tencent

Apple is sending China-based user information to Chinese tech company Tencent for its Fraudulent Website Warning in Safari. Here’s what that means and how to opt out

Liam Mullally
By Liam Mullally
Mozilla Does Not Plan to Make DNS Over HTTPS Encryption Default in UK

Mozilla Does Not Plan to Make DNS Over HTTPS Encryption Default in UK

The Internet Watch Foundation claims the new encryption standard could expose UK browser users to extreme criminal content

Liam Mullally
By Liam Mullally
Will ESNI and DNS Over HTTPS Change the Future of Online Privacy?

Will ESNI and DNS Over HTTPS Change the Future of Online Privacy?

Two standards have gained momentum to tackle weaknesses in TLS and DNS. Combined, these specifications could make online activity more opaque and illegible by default.

Callum Tennent
By Callum Tennent
Top10VPN's Simon Migliano discussing the Dark Web on BBC's Watchdog

Top10VPN Reveals On Watchdog What You’re Worth On The Dark Web

Consumer data illicitly traded on the dark web is worth on average three times as much as it was at the start of the year, our investigation shows

Rebecca Duff
By Rebecca Duff
Crowds Outside the Apple WWDC

New Apple Guidelines State VPN Providers May Not Sell or Use User Data

The decision was announced alongside a host of new features as Apple continues to shift its focus towards privacy

David Hughes
By David Hughes
Mozilla Firefox logo under a magnifying glass

Mozilla Firefox Now Stops Advertisers From Tracking You Online

The enhanced tracking protection is enabled by default for all new Firefox browser users

Rebecca Duff
By Rebecca Duff
Dark Web Market Price Index June 2019 UK Update

Dark Web Market Price Index 2019 (June UK Update)

Changes to the dark web market landscape have driven up prices for stolen data. This update to the Index shows someone's identity could now be worth three times as much

Simon Migliano
By Simon Migliano
Tor Project Logo on an Android Phone Screen

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
China Data Protection Regulations Article Header Photo of Red Square

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
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