Read Twitter privately with Nitter RSS feeds

Read Twitter privately with Nitter RSS feeds

I'm going to outline how you can read Twitter privately, by using a RSS feed reader and Nitter RSS feeds."Nitter is a free and open source alternative Twitter front-end focused on privacy".The feed can be retrieved for a single user (e.g. nitter.decent.social/lexfridman/rss) and contains their last 20 tweets.

Windows 10 Privacy Guide: Settings Everyone Should Use

Windows 10 Privacy Guide: Settings Everyone Should Use

In the General privacy settings, Windows 10 allows you to turn off that advertising ID and also the ads that you see in the Start menu and other places.Microsoft will occasionally display suggestions/ads/promotions in the Windows Start menu for new apps or products that they have released.

Facebook finally set to launch Clear History privacy tool

Facebook finally set to launch Clear History privacy tool

When you block someone, they won’t be able to see things you post on your Timeline, tag you, invite you to events or groups, start conversations with you or add you as a friend.

Microsoft brings Windows Timeline support to Chrome with Web Activities extension

Microsoft brings Windows Timeline support to Chrome with Web Activities extension

The Timeline feature of Windows 10 makes it easier to work on multiple computers by synchronizing activity so you can move between machines and pick up from where you left off -- although it can also prove useful on a single computer.

Facebook tracks Android users even if they don't have a Facebook account, study reveals

Facebook tracks Android users even if they don't have a Facebook account, study reveals

"Since receiving your letter, we released an update to our app as a priority which will stop the transmission of data via the Facebook SDK," the firm told Privacy International.

Is Facebook finished? 'We're not far from Zuckerberg getting subpoenaed', privacy expert says

Is Facebook finished? 'We're not far from Zuckerberg getting subpoenaed', privacy expert says

For Prof Carroll, the report about Facebook sharing people's private messages with other companies was "the straw that broke the camel's back", which finally saw him delete his Facebook account.

Facebook 'log out' boycott underway after alleged black voter suppression

Facebook 'log out' boycott underway after alleged black voter suppression

A civil rights organisation in the US has called for a boycott of after a report found a Russian influence campaign on the platform was working to suppress African-American voter turnout.

Facebook admits its camera-equipped listening device can collect your data for ads

Facebook admits its camera-equipped listening device can collect your data for ads

Given that Facebook's business model relies on using people's data to serve them personalised ads, it seemed fair to assume that the Portal smart speaker could serve a purpose beyond simply acting as a voice-activated home assistant that can handle video calls.

Facebook hack gets worse as company admits Instagram and other apps were exposed too

Facebook hack gets worse as company admits Instagram and other apps were exposed too

The attackers used that vulnerability to steal the digital keys, known as "access tokens," from the accounts of people whose profiles were searched for using the "View As" feature.