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Although Proton’s mission has always revolved around privacy, we’ve also spent a lot of time pushing for a more level playing field online. This isn’t by accident. The future of privacy depends on society’s ability to adopt an alternative vision of t
TikTok’s in-app browser can track every button or link you tap and every keystroke you type, according to an iOS Privacy review article from tech privacy researcher Felix Krause. This goes beyond the standard data collection we’ve sadly come to expec
The Proton community trusts us to keep their information secure and private, and we take this trust seriously. That is why we are excited to announce that we will continue working with Bug Bounty Switzerland as part of our bug bounty program. Bug Bou
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On October 28, 2021, Facebook announced the rebranding of its parent company from Facebook to Meta. Since then, the term “metaverse” has been a hot topic of discussion.  From facial expressions to biometric data, the metaverse has the potential to c
Proton is a privacy-by-default alternative to Big Tech ecosystems, one that is neutral and puts people first. Much more than just a visual refresh that makes our apps more modern and easier to use, the new Proton brings our services together to form
The desire for an internet that protects people’s privacy is growing. A 2019 Pew Research poll showed that 79% of Americans report being concerned about how companies use their data. But any privacy reforms that don’t address Big Tech’s dominance of
The clock may be ticking on Google, Apple, and other tech giants’ ability to impose their email apps on users as default settings. If EU regulators are serious about fair competition in digital markets, letting people choose their own email app shoul
Last updated 2 February 2022 On 2 July 2020, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to approve the EARN IT Act (an acronym that stands for Eliminating Abusive and Rampant Neglect of Interactive Technologies Act of 2020). It then died, never receiving
US citizens, conditioned to expect inaction from Congress, have increasingly turned elsewhere for swift action on today’s pressing issues, including when it comes to privacy. With no major Congressional privacy bill anywhere near passing, more and mo
As we come to the end of Data Privacy Week, it’s important to take stock of our progress. Yes, building an internet where privacy is the default is hard work, and yes, we still have a long way to go, but there were promising developments in 2021 for
NEARLY 90% OF BRITONS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THE PRIVACY OF THEIR PERSONAL DATA ONLINE, BUT 20% DON’T USE ANY DATA PROTECTION PRACTICES AT ALL. People around the world are becoming more and more concerned about how their data is collected and used but