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China VPN Ban Finally Here: What Does it Mean?

We take a look at at the situation in China now that the government has stopped turning a blind eye to VPN use and banned it.

Ben Dickson
Ben Dickson29 Mar 2018 · 7 mins read
Why Facebook Messenger Kids Is A Bad Idea

Facebook touts its new Messenger Kids app as a safe way for kids to chat. Dig deeper and a more disturbing picture emerges.

Ben Dickson
Ben Dickson17 Jan 2018 · 4 mins read
What Happens if FCC Votes to Kill off Net Neutrality?

Despite zero public support the FCC is set to vote through a plan to repeal net neutrality. Find out what this means for you.

Ben Dickson
Ben Dickson11 Dec 2017 · 5 mins read
Apple FaceID Not a Hit with UK Consumers: New Data

Apple’s Face ID may just be a hit with the earlier adopters as only two in five Brits think it’s a good idea.

Simon Migliano
Simon Migliano09 Nov 2017 · 5 mins read
Australia on Encryption: "I'm with Stupid"

Australia is following in the foolish footsteps of the UK in trying to undermine encryption in a misguided bid to fight terrorism.

Claire Broadley
Claire Broadley27 Oct 2017 · 4 mins read
Lack of Privacy Will be the Email-killer

Email refuses to die but privacy issues and younger users preferring other platforms could finally seal its fate.

Claire Broadley
Claire Broadley28 Sep 2017 · 4 mins read
Can You Really Trust Whatsapp with Your Secrets?

Should you trust Whatsapp? It may offer end-to-end encryption but there are question marks over the Facebook-owned app.

Claire Broadley
Claire Broadley26 Sep 2017 · 3 mins read
Facial Recognition? We'll Stick to Passcodes.

Facial recognition for smartphone security may be convenient but there are some significant question marks.

Ben Dickson
Ben Dickson15 Sep 2017 · 5 mins read
Supreme Court Must Protect Location Data

The Supreme Court has the chance to close the loophole allowing police to access phone location data without a warrant.

Paul Newham
Paul Newham02 Aug 2017 · 4 mins read
Big Cable’s Fake Support for Net Neutrality

Find out how the US carriers unashamedly tried to hijack the recent Net Neutrality day of action for their own ends.

Paul Newham
Paul Newham20 Jul 2017 · 4 mins read