Your eyes may be the window to your soul, but they can also be your airplane boarding pass or the key unlocking your phone. What’s the good and the bad of using biometric traits for authentication?
Do you have a plan for what will happen to your digital self when you pass away? Here’s how to put your digital affairs in order on Facebook, Google, Twitter and other major online services.
Doxing can happen to anyone – here’s how you can reduce the odds that your personal information will be weaponized against you
You may not be able to disappear completely from the internet, but you can minimize your digital footprint with a few simple steps
How crypto mixers, also known as crypto tumblers, are used to obscure the trail of digital money
Digital fiddling somehow got mixed up in a real war
How erring on the side of privacy might ultimately save you from chasing down a virtual rendition of you doing the bidding of a scammer
The trade-off between using a free service and giving up our personal data becomes much less palatable when we think about the wider ramifications of the collection and use of our personal data
A sea of sensors will soon influence almost everything in your world
The tech giant wins an appeal against a claim that it unlawfully collected personal data of millions of iPhone users
Security and privacy get a leg up in Proton’s legal challenge against data retention and disclosure obligations
Brave Search will become the default search option for new users in the US, UK, Canada, Germany and France, with more countries to follow soon
Drowning in spam? A study presented at Black Hat USA 2021 examines if sharing your personal information with major companies contributes to the deluge of nuisance emails, texts and phone calls.
Brave's search engine takes on Google, promising to let users surf the web without leaving a trace
Most medical and fitness apps in Google Play have tracking capabilities enabled and their data collection practices aren’t transparent
An all-new privacy dashboard and better location, microphone and camera controls are all aimed at curbing apps’ data-slurping habits
You can only stay safe by disabling AirDrop discovery in the system settings of your Apple device, a study says
The treasure trove of data reportedly includes users’ LinkedIn IDs, full names, email addresses, phone numbers and workplace information