Google Hopes To Put An End To Sneaky Pop-Up Ads

Google Hopes To Put An End To Sneaky Pop-Up Ads

An upcoming version of Google’s Chrome browser will stamp out surprise ads. These ads activate when a website you are visiting unexpectedly navigates you to a new page. Users will be happy to note that the upcoming changes to Chrome are designed to stop invasive ads which come over the …

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Civil Liberties Challenge UK Government

UK Government Hacking Ruled Legal

This is the first major legal challenge to the UK’s existing online surveillance regime since the revelations of Edward Snowden in 2013. Ten civil liberties have challenged the UK Governments surveillance laws in a landmark online privacy court case. The case began today in the European Court of Human Rights …

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Freedom of Expression at Risk with New Russian Law on VPNs

Freedom of Expression at Risk with New Russian Law on VPNs

According to the Russian government, the law is necessary in order to reduce the number of extremist groups, however, Virtual Private Network (VPN) providers allege this is but an effort to censor free of speech and reduce online privacy. The systematic policy will come into force on the 1st of …

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Using VPNs does not Mean Your Information is Safe

Using VPNs does not Mean Your Information is Safe

Although most people use VPN services to protect their privacy, many of these VPN companies (such as IPVanish and PureVPN) may retain user data for reasons unknown. Users looking for VPNs do not have to look too much, due the number of companies providing Virtual private network services are high. …

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Australian VPN Providers Concerned About New Data Laws

Australian VPN Providers Concerned About New Data Laws

Australia has recently set live a law regarding data retention that has sparked several concerns from VPN providers in a matter of user privacy. One of the moves taken by various Virtual Private Network (VPN) providers was to relocate their companies overseas in order to avoid the effects of the …

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