Category: Net Neutral

Washington Post offers invalid cookie consent …

Washington Post offers invalid cookie consent under EU rules:

Washington Post offers invalid cookie consent under EU rules

Do Discord genuinely abide by GDPR and delete …

I have contacted Discord staff about erasing my personal data from every part of their system, as is my right under GDPR. They told me that once you delete your account and 14 days have passed they erase all of your personal data, which includes the likes of email address, IP address, etc. My question is can I believe them? I know that it is the law under GDPR and it is in their privacy policy, and now I have it in writing from their staff. So can I be 100% certain that they genuinely do delete it?

France is ditching Google to reclaim its onlin…

France is ditching Google to reclaim its online independence:

France is ditching Google to reclaim its online independence

Facial Recognition’s Growing Adoption Spurs Pr…

Facial Recognition’s Growing Adoption Spurs Privacy Concerns:

Facial Recognition’s Growing Adoption Spurs Privacy Concerns

It Might Be Possible To Build A Stingray With …

It Might Be Possible To Build A Stingray With A Raspberry Pi:

It Might Be Possible To Build A Stingray With A Raspberry Pi

WhitePages – Is there a way to find out who se…

Probably not, but might as well ask…

KrossyKey – the open source, cross platform ke…

Was paranoid of storing my passwords on the cloud due to seeing all the recent data breaches so I created a system where you have a portable encrypted file (*.kk) and you can access the contents including passwords, secure notes, two factor codes, etc. from the browser, desktop, or mobile. You can store the file wherever you want and view on whatever platform you are. The code is 100% open source and you have complete control over your privacy.https://krossykey.com/demo/https://github.com/KrossyKey/krossykey

Is amazon photos any better privacy wise than …

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Hos good are Cheetah Mobile’s apps (especially…

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A Facebook patent would use your family photos…

A Facebook patent would use your family photos to target ads:

A Facebook patent would use your family photos to target ads