No KYC Exchanges List

No KYC Exchanges List

This is a verified list of cryptocurrency bitcoin exchanges that have no KYC/AML and don’t need documents to trade. Exchanges that let you trade Bitcoin, Ethereum etc futures, perpetual markets and margin leverage with no ID verification and no KYC check.

Mozilla criticizes Apple's iPhone privacy claims, launches online petition

Mozilla criticizes Apple's iPhone privacy claims, launches online petition

Mozilla is going so far as to launch a petition, hoping to get Apple to change an important iPhone default setting. Each iPhone that Apple sells comes with a unique ID (called an 'identifier for advertisers' or IDFA), which lets advertisers track the actions users take when they use apps.

Hacker group has been hijacking DNS traffic on D-Link routers for three months

Hacker group has been hijacking DNS traffic on D-Link routers for three months

For the past three months, a cybercrime group has been hacking into home routers --mostly D-Link models-- to change DNS server settings and hijack traffic meant for legitimate sites and redirect it to malicious clones.

Uptrennd  -  How It Works & FAQ

Uptrennd - How It Works & FAQ

On Uptrennd, your private information will never permisionlessly be sold, and you will earn ~80% of all profits generated on the platform. At level one, members earn one token per upvote. One point on Uptrennd = One 1UP token.

Why uBlock Origin requests to store unlimited data in Firefox

Why uBlock Origin requests to store unlimited data in Firefox

Why uBlock Origin requests to store unlimited data in Firefox. Firefox users who have the content blocker uBlock Origin installed receive a permission prompt currently when uBlock Origin is updating. Firefox users who have the content blocker uBlock Origin installed receive a permission prompt currently when uBlock Origin is updating.

Guide to reasonable privacy on Android

Guide to reasonable privacy on Android

The primary purpose for this purchase was to test the feasibility of having to use Android for everyday needs as an alternative to the unfortunate and seemingly inevitable demise of Window Phone, like my ultra-awesome Lumia 950 , which remains the most graceful and elegantly designed mobile operating system, decent privacy included.

How Australia Will Handle Cryptocurrency Hacks After Coincheck

How Australia Will Handle Cryptocurrency Hacks After Coincheck

What the Coincheck hack tells us about how Australian regulators will handle a cryptocurrency hack Hacks like the one on Coincheck expose gullible investors to risk, but it also means funds could be flowing undetected into the hands of money launderers and terrorists.

Crypto investor Claims He Got Stolen with $70K In Coinomi

Crypto investor Claims He Got Stolen with $70K In Coinomi

Share Cryptocurrency investor Warith Al Mawali affirmed that he was the victim of a theft as he lost $70K in life savings due to a Coinomi security flaw , according to a Reddit post.

Neutrino Saga Reveals Coinbase User Data Was Leaked

Neutrino Saga Reveals Coinbase User Data Was Leaked

Now, a Coinbase executive has reportedly gone on record to state that a previous intelligence firm hired by the exchange was caught selling customer data to third parties for a profit.

Three things to know about California’s data privacy fight

Three things to know about California’s data privacy fight

“I believe you guys are going to do a great job defending this bill, and making sure that when it goes into effect next year it’s a great bill for California and for the world.” The law requires that companies tell customers what information it collects about them and who they sell the data to.

Moving our privacy advocacy forward to protect Australia and you

Moving our privacy advocacy forward to protect Australia and you

In our submission, we cited possible impacts of the act on the local technology sector including creating a distrust of Australia and Australian companies, causing financial losses to tech business, and creating confusion and stress among technical talent.

Governments Must Face the Facts about Face Surveillance, and Stop Using It

Governments Must Face the Facts about Face Surveillance, and Stop Using It

EFF supports legislative efforts in Washington and Massachusetts to place a moratorium on government use of face surveillance technology. The moratoriums would stay in place, unless lawmakers determined these technologies do not have a racial disparate impact, after hearing directly from minority communities about the unfair impact face surveillance has on vulnerable people.

University of Michigan Internet-Wide Scanning Research

University of Michigan Internet-Wide Scanning Research

The data collected through these connections consists only of information that is already publicly visible on the Internet. It helps computer scientists study the deployment and configuration of network protocols and security technologies.

I got a data breach alert. What next?

I got a data breach alert. What next?

With access to your email inbox, the perpetrator can reset and change your passwords to all the other online services you use, including Facebook, Netflix and Google. With access to your email inbox, the perpetrator is able to take full control of your online life.

Stop saying, “We take your privacy and security seriously”

Stop saying, “We take your privacy and security seriously”

The truth is, most companies don’t care about the privacy or security of your data.

Pre-installed Android apps will soon update even without a Google account

Pre-installed Android apps will soon update even without a Google account

In a message sent to some app developers with pre-installed apps on various devices or operating systems, Google says those apps in question should be updated to reflect this new policy change.

Free Hotel Wifi over and over indefinitely with Python and Selenium

Free Hotel Wifi over and over indefinitely with Python and Selenium

In some situations you need to fake / change / spoof a MAC address of your network interface. With this tool you can change your mac address of any Ethernet network device wired or wireless.

Companies Are Not Going to Stop Collecting Your Data – Here’s Why

Companies Are Not Going to Stop Collecting Your Data – Here’s Why

Just take one look at Facebook, seen twice in my list of recent breaches above, as the best example of why you still need to worry about your data online. Nearly every online company has questionable data privacy practices, from Google to Amazon to Apple to Yahoo and Microsoft.

Google Chrome can now tell you if your passwords were hacked

Google Chrome can now tell you if your passwords were hacked

And before you worry that your passwords need to travel the internet to Google’s servers to perform the check, you should know that Google’s security team worked with cryptographers at Stanford University to ensure that Google never learns any of your usernames and passwords, and that any breach data stays safe from wider exposure.

A kids’ smartwatch was recalled by the EU over privacy concerns

A kids’ smartwatch was recalled by the EU over privacy concerns

It was discovered that the watch, which is equipped with a GPS, microphone, and speaker to make calls and send SMS texts, could be easily hacked by third parties. Today’s news likely won’t be the last time the European commission sends out another warning about security flaws, or orders for a recall.

Google Has Quietly Dropped Ban on Personally Identifiable — ProPublica

Google Has Quietly Dropped Ban on Personally Identifiable — ProPublica

When Google bought the advertising network DoubleClick in 2007, Google founder Sergey Brin said that privacy would be the company’s “number one priority when we contemplate new kinds of advertising products.” And, for nearly a decade, Google did in fact keep DoubleClick’s massive database of web-browsing records separate by default from the names and other personally identifiable information Google has collected from Gmail and its other login accounts.

Apple unblocks Google's internal apps on iOS devices

Apple unblocks Google's internal apps on iOS devices

The block came because Google sidestepped the App Store and took advantage of Apple's developer enterprise program, which is designed to let companies internally distribute apps, TechCrunch reported Wednesday .

Google's data-gathering app may have also violated Apple's policies

Google's data-gathering app may have also violated Apple's policies

"The Screenwise Meter iOS app should not have operated under Apple's developer enterprise program," a Google spokeswoman said in a statement.

Facebook Hires Up Three of Its Biggest Privacy Critics

Facebook Hires Up Three of Its Biggest Privacy Critics

"Whether they’ll be able to be effective inside what’s become a big bureaucracy that makes money off of knowing a ton about us remains to be seen." Jen King, director of consumer privacy at Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society, thinks it's a sign Facebook may be ready to actually take privacy seriously.

Understanding Identity Systems Part 1: Why ID?

Understanding Identity Systems Part 1: Why ID?

The second section, Discrimination and Identity, explores how an ID scheme operates in the context of an existing identity infrastructure, and the issues surrounding discrimination that can emerge.

Exposing Harms, Fighting Back

Exposing Harms, Fighting Back

But, as the Privacy International Network continues to uncover, campaign and advocate on these issues, it becomes clear that that it is possible to begin to achieve change.

Chromium to Weaken Ad-Blockers – Impacts Chrome, Edge and Brave Browsers

Chromium to Weaken Ad-Blockers – Impacts Chrome, Edge and Brave Browsers

Chromium Moves to Weaken Ad-Blockers Googles’ developers of Chromium, the framework that makes up not only the Chromium browser, but many other browsers like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and the Brave browser have announced changes they plan to make to how extensions work .

Chrome API update will kill a bunch of other extensions, not just ad blockers

Chrome API update will kill a bunch of other extensions, not just ad blockers

"If these changes are published, [my] extension will cease to function," said Brandon Dixon, the author of the Blockade.io Chrome extension that blocks drive-by attacks and prevents users from accessing phishing sites.

Google is losing users’ trust.

Google is losing users’ trust.

It’s part of a new technical “feature” in the browser called “identity consistency between browser and cookie jar.” Despite the gritty technical name of the feature, it represents a truly fundamental change in the way Chrome works.

Introducing Community Products — making crowdselling a reality

Introducing Community Products — making crowdselling a reality

Over the last few months, one of Streamr project’s talented community members, Gang Liu, has been figuring out how to push data from his personal Fitbit to a product he created on the Streamr Marketplace.

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