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Welcome to PrivacyWiki, a collaborative resource documenting measures individuals can take to improve their privacy.
  • 22 September 2021; 31 days ago (2021-09-22) - Reports emerge that even NSA and CIA block ads due to the malvertising risks to privacy and security. [VICE]
  • 22 September 2021; 31 days ago (2021-09-22) - Research claims that deanonymising users of Apples recently launched VPN is relatively trivial. [PortSwiggers]
  • 21 September 2021; 32 days ago (2021-09-21) - Google enables a new idle user detection API and Mozilla criticises it for opening yet another avenue for websites and advertises to spy on the said users. [HowToGeek]
  • 21 September 2021; 32 days ago (2021-09-21) - Lituanian government audit accuses Xiaomi and Huawei of shipping a 'censorship module' and a 'surreptitious data collection' module in it's phones. [TheRecord]
  • 21 September 2021; 32 days ago (2021-09-21) - UK's Ministry of Defence's data breach puts lives of 250 Aghan interperters in danger. [The Guardian]
  • 20 September 2021; 33 days ago (2021-09-20) - The domain registrar Epik loses control of 15 million user records. [ArsTechnica]
  • 14 September 2021; 39 days ago (2021-09-14) - ExpressVPN, a VPN service mainly known for their omnipresent advertising presence, is bought by an adware company. [The Register]
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