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What is 3-2-1 backup
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  • Privacy basics
Data backup is vital for businesses and individuals alike: In case something happens to your primary computer, you always have a copy of your data to fall back on.  How should you approach backup, though? The 3-2-1 rule can act as a guide when decid
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  • Privacy basics
What was your first pet’s name? In what city were you born?  We’ve all had to answer these questions to reset a long-forgotten password, but consider how that works. Much of this information is easy to find for others (or easily forgotten by you), m
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  • Proton news
In the early days when Proton started, we often received a question along the lines of “I love the product and what Proton stands for, but how do I know you will still be around to protect my data 10 years from now?”  Ten years and 100 million accou

Новости Proton

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In the early days when Proton started, we often received a question along the lines of “I love the product and what Proton stands for, but how do I know you will still be around to protect my data 10 years from now?”  Ten years and 100 million accou
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Your organization’s data is only as secure as your employees’ passwords. Hackers often target employees for this reason, and some of the biggest data breaches in history were the result of weak passwords. Having a secure password manager for your wor
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We want to share a quick update and thank you for all your invaluable feedback and support that has helped our team build a privacy-first identity and password manager from the ground up. To serve your best interests, Proton doesn’t rely on venture

Новости о конфиденциальности

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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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  • Privacy news
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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  • Privacy news
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

Основы конфиденциальности

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What is 3-2-1 backup
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  • Privacy basics
Data backup is vital for businesses and individuals alike: In case something happens to your primary computer, you always have a copy of your data to fall back on.  How should you approach backup, though? The 3-2-1 rule can act as a guide when decid
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  • Privacy basics
What was your first pet’s name? In what city were you born?  We’ve all had to answer these questions to reset a long-forgotten password, but consider how that works. Much of this information is easy to find for others (or easily forgotten by you), m
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  • Privacy basics
Credential stuffing is a popular type of cyberattack where attackers take login credentials and use them on thousands of websites, hoping to fraudulently gain access to people’s accounts. It’s an effective attack, but fortunately, one that’s easy to

Подробности о конфиденциальности

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  • Privacy deep dives
There’s a saying that data is the new oil because of how valuable it is to the digital economy. But what’s the value of your data, personally? Depending where you live, information about you could be worth at least several hundred dollars a year to F
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  • Privacy deep dives
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
Chrome’s Incognito Mode is another form of privacy washing
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If a web browser tells you you’re “incognito” and can “browse privately”, you might assume your online activities are private and no one is collecting your data. But you’d be wrong. It’s precisely this ambiguity that has landed Google in the crossha

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