Private Internet Access Android App is ioXt-Certified

Private Internet Access Android App is ioXt-Certified

As part of our efforts to increase the level of security and transparency in our apps and service, Private Internet Access partnered with the ioXt Alliance to test and certify our Android mobile VPN application.

How cash is becoming a thing of the past | DW Documentary (Banking documentary)

How cash is becoming a thing of the past | DW Documentary (Banking documentary)

And digital payment companies like Paypal or Visa simply want to profit from money transactions and collect as much financial data about consumers as they can.But as our financial behavior becomes more and more transparent, states are also using payment data to find out more about us.

The US Senate will vote on the CASE Act, which would unleash a copyright claims hell

The US Senate will vote on the CASE Act, which would unleash a copyright claims hell

The CASE Act is a new copyright law that nobody should support.Despite the Copyright Alliance’s claims to the contrary, there are many internet users that would agree that the DMCA did in fact enable some copyright trolling.

Microsoft Confirms Intent To Replace Windows 10 Passwords For 800 Million Users

Microsoft Confirms Intent To Replace Windows 10 Passwords For 800 Million Users

Microsoft's crypto, identity and authentication team group manager, Yogesh Mehta, has made an announcement that he says puts "the 800 million people who use Windows 10 one step closer to a world without passwords."

California Attorney General Must Investigate Improper Database Searches on Community Observers at Controversial Police Event

California Attorney General Must Investigate Improper Database Searches on Community Observers at Controversial Police Event

On April 12, Media Alliance and the Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a request for investigation into possible misuse of the CLETS database and a request that the agency cease all similar background checks on journalists and advocates engaged in oversight roles.

Publicis to buy Epsilon for $4.4 billion

Publicis to buy Epsilon for $4.4 billion

French ad holding company Publicis said Sunday it would pay about $4.4 billion for marketing services company Epsilon to give it a leg up in digital marketing and to help clients better personalize their advertising.

Your car is watching you. Who owns the data?

Your car is watching you. Who owns the data?

As cars collect and share performance data with automakers, “what happens if the mechanic down the street, who has been servicing your car for years, can’t get that data from the vehicle manufacturer?” asked Bill Hanvey, CEO of Auto Care Association, a trade group that represents about 235,000 repair stores.

5/9/14 Eyes Alliances – Protectors from Terror or Invaders of Privacy?

5/9/14 Eyes Alliances – Protectors from Terror or Invaders of Privacy?

Similar to other Five Eyes Countries, Australia does not place any restrictions on the use of VPNs. However, this does not stop them for imposing invasive laws, due to their intelligence sharing agreements.

W3C Approves WebAuthn For Passwordless Web Authentication

W3C Approves WebAuthn For Passwordless Web Authentication

A new standard for web authentication is here According to Jeff Jaffe, W3C CEO, “Now is the time for web services and businesses to adopt WebAuthn to move beyond vulnerable passwords and help web users improve the security of their online experiences.” He also added, “W3C’s Recommendation establishes web-wide interoperability guidance, setting consistent expectations for web users and the sites they visit.

Bye-bye passwords on Android: Now, use fingerprint to log in to apps, websites

Bye-bye passwords on Android: Now, use fingerprint to log in to apps, websites

Bye-bye passwords on Android: Now, use fingerprint to log in to apps, websites As the debate over the countless privacy issues rages on, security remains a key concern as users information is on the risk.

Encryption Backdoor Threatens Privacy of All

Encryption Backdoor Threatens Privacy of All

The 2018 Assistance and Access Bill would force tech companies such as Wickr and Telegram to provide state agencies with backdoor access to otherwise encrypted messages.

Iridium Browser

Iridium Browser

It takes the Chromium code base, which is also used for the official Chrome browser, and enhances its security and sets certain policies by default. The Iridium Browser project is backed by the Open Source Business Alliance.

Dark Mail Technical Alliance

Dark Mail Technical Alliance

As a founding member of The Dark Mail Technical Alliance, Lavabit will work to bring other members into the alliance, assist them in implementing the new protocol and jointly work to proliferate the world's first end-to-end encrypted 'Email 3.0' throughout the world's email providers.

Kennedy: The unholy alliance between state and tech

Kennedy: The unholy alliance between state and tech

While I applaud Cook's natural inclination to preserve privacy and thus liberty, which is implied in several amendments especially the first and fourth, it is this special insidious cronyism that has developed between big tech and big government that's worrisome.

Google and Facebook join rights groups to fight Australia's encryption bill

Google and Facebook join rights groups to fight Australia's encryption bill

Tech heavyweights Google and Facebook have joined civil and digital rights groups in an unusual alliance aimed at defeating Australia’s planned encryption laws. The Communications Alliance chief executive, John Stanton, said the government was trying to ram its encryption legislation through without proper consultation.

Oz government rushes its anti-crypto legislation into parliament

Oz government rushes its anti-crypto legislation into parliament

The Australian government has rushed forward its proposed anti-encryption legislation, a mere week after a public consultation into the rules closed.

Wi-Fi Gets More Secure: Everything You Need to Know About WPA3

Wi-Fi Gets More Secure: Everything You Need to Know About WPA3

The Enhanced Open and Easy Connect protocols are not dependent on WPA3, but they do improve security for specific types of networks and certain situations.