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After Influx of New Users from Mullvad, IVPN Will Also End Support for Port Forwarding

Last month, the revered VPN provider Mullvad announced they were removing port forwarding from their…

Brave Browser Aims to Raise the Bar on Privacy with Proposed ‘Off the Record’ Mode

In a significant stride towards enhancing user privacy, Brave browser has introduced a new feature c…

FBI Director Admits to Potential Misuse of Personal Data

In a startling admission that strikes at the very heart of American civil liberties, FBI Director Ch…

France Grants Police Controversial Powers to Remotely Access Phones

Recent news from France highlights a growing trend of governments expanding police surveillance powe…

Google’s Passkeys: A Step in the Right Direction or Another Privacy Minefield?

Ah, Google, our ever-present digital overlord. They’ve done it again, folks. Just when we thou…

How the U.S. Government’s Secret Data Collection Program Threatens Your Privacy Rights—And What You Can Do About It

In a recent turn of events, a declassified report revealed that the U.S. government has been covertl…

How Twitter and Reddit API Changes Undermine Internet Freedom

The early days of the internet were marked by an optimistic vision of a world-wide web that was open…

Is Google Gaining Too Much Control Over the Open Web?

The open internet was built on principles of decentralization, freedom, and unfettered access. It wa…

IVPN Infrastructure Audit Concludes

In a significant move towards bolstering user security, IVPN, a leading VPN provider, recently concl…

Mozilla Acquires Fakespot: A Step Forward for Personalization or a Concern for Privacy?

Analyzing the implications of Mozilla’s latest acquisition and what it means for Firefox users…

Mullvad VPN to Remove Port Forwarding Feature, Citing Security Concerns

In a move that has drawn attention from the cybersecurity community, Mullvad VPN, a popular provider…

Mullvad’s Misguided Move into Search and Browsers

Mullvad, a renowned VPN service provider, recently introduced Mullvad Leta, a search engine exclusiv…

OVPN Acquired by Pango

OVPN, our once-beloved VPN service, has decided to shack up with Pango, the corporate puppet master …

Protect Your Family’s Privacy in the Digital Era with Proton Family Plan: An All-In-One Solution

In a recent announcement, Proton, the renowned privacy-focused tech company, has unveiled its newest…

Proton releases Proton Pass to the public

Today, Proton has announced the public release of Proton Pass to its growing suite of secure service…

ProtonVPN’s NetShield Privacy Panel Gets A Small Upgrade

The enigmatic ProtonVPN just rolled out a fantastic new feature that’ll make your browsing exp…

Rumble Cloud Beta Launch: A New Chapter in Cloud Computing and Open Internet

Today marks a significant milestone in the quest for a free and open internet as Rumble, the video-s…

Section 702 and The Waning Trust In National Policy

The veil has been lifted on the Biden administration’s startling surveillance practices, revea…

Spain Proposes Ban on End-to-End Encryption

A recent document leaked to Wired shows Spain vigorously advocating for a ban on end-to-end encrypti…

Supreme Court Defends Free Speech Online

In the recent ruling[1] by the Supreme Court regarding Gonzalez v. Google, the courts have elected n…

Surfshark launches dedicated IPs

Surfshark, a well-known VPN service, recently announced the introduction of a new feature: Dedicated…

This AI Watches Millions of Vehicles Daily and Snitches to Cops If You Drive Suspiciously

As we advance in the age of artificial intelligence (AI), we find ourselves on the precipice of a si…

Turkey’s Escalating Internet Censorship: A Blow to Freedom of Communication

Ankara, Turkey – In a significant escalation of internet censorship, the Turkish government ha…

ZenMate Users Migrate to CyberGhost Under Kape Technologies Ownership

In a significant move in the world of online privacy and security,ZenMate, a VPN service founded by …

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