Privacy

The Dark Web Hits Your Mobile Phone

Deep internet and privacy enthusiasts have a lot to rejoice at as the Tor Project announces its popular Android Tor Browser. Tor Project Members claim that the browser is now in Alpha and can be installed first via Orbot. Users may start accessing the Dark Web via their mobile device by going to the Google…

Google: 80% of Android Apps Default Encrypt Traffic

Google has shared some information on the adoption of TLS by Android apps, and significant progress seems to have been made over the last two years. According to Google, 80% of Android apps now aim to encode traffic and, for applications developed for the most recent versions of the operating system, the percentage is higher….

Top 2019 Antivirus Applications For your Android Smartphone

There’s no real sense of losing your mobile telephone, whether it’s down on the back of the sofa or at night or not. These days our smartphones are all to us, or at least they can be. Debit cards, personal computers, dating simulators, entertainment devices without touch. And you would not leave your smartphone in…

Amnesty International Facebook Lists Abusers of Google Equality

Amnesty Internationale issued a disgraceful complaint against the world’s dominant Internet companies in a new report, arguing that Google and Facebook should be forced to abandon what it calls their surveillance-based business model because it’s’ pronounced against human rights abusses.’ The study said that the policy of the organization to vacuum personal data to feed…

Facebook Discloses Security Infringement for Teams API Bug

Facebook said that about 100 developers of primarily video streaming and social media management software could have exposed data to private group members such as name and profile pictures. This happened following Facebook restricting or deleting various developer APIs, including the Group APIs, which gave the app devs extended group information access for longer than…

Over Facial Recognition Secrecy Watchdog Sues FBI

A civil rights watchdog sued Thursday against the FBI and other federal agencies claiming the government mistakenly retains information on how millions of Americans are using a facial recognition database. “Due to the secrecy of the FBI there is little knowledge about how the agency is overloading its surveillance activities with face recognition technology,” Kade…