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When you use the internet at home, connected to everything from fitness equipment to game consoles, smartphones, and laptops, marketing companies could be watching you with a tiny piece of surveillance tech you might not even know about. We’re talki
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The email addresses and other sensitive information of 918 British MPs, members of the European Parliament, and French deputies and senators have been leaked to dark web marketplaces where data is illegally bought and sold. As part of our investigati
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Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act has become notorious as the legal justification allowing federal agencies like the NSA, CIA, and FBI to perform warrantless wiretaps, which sweep up the data of hundreds of thousands of US citi
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A cyberattack on national public employment service France Travail has exposed the personal data of as many as 43 million people.  The latest breach is the second major cybersecurity attack to happen in France in the past month, raising concerns abo
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The biggest new threat to privacy in 2023 wasn’t any surveillance program. It was the false advertising Big Tech companies use to trick people into thinking their products are private. Like oil companies claiming fossil fuels are “green”, Google, Ap
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Last year, Big Tech companies (Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Meta, and Microsoft) received about $3.04 billion in fines for breaking laws on both sides of the Atlantic. As of seven days and three hours into 2024, they had already earned enough revenue to
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With Microsoft’s rollout of the new Outlook for Windows, it appears the company has transformed its email app into a surveillance tool for targeted advertising. Everyone talks about the privacy-washing campaigns of Google and Apple as they mine your
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Google has made sure that 2023 will go down as the year of privacy washing. It introduced a new “ad privacy feature” for Chrome in September, and now it’s broadened the release of the beta version of Ad Topics for Android (both part of its misleading
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Even though the Snowden leaks came out 10 years ago, the United States never ended its unconstitutional surveillance program. It now has a chance to close the legal loopholes that allow warrantless spying on US citizens. But Congress needs to act bef
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Over the past year, hackers have been using new and clever techniques to steal people’s online data. At Proton, we’ve been monitoring these evolving strategies and updating our defenses to stay ahead of the arms race.  Often, the attacks involve new
Stop the Online Safety Bill
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On October 26, the UK Parliament passed the Online Safety Act, giving Ofcom, the UK’s telecoms regulator, broad powers to search for, find, and suppress harmful media and speech by scanning the internet and, despite widespread condemnation from the t