Kim Dotcom’s claims of MEGA being a privacy company have been echoed as the company has recently been announced as a winner at ANZIA under privacy category.
Initially thought of as uptick in adoption of Tor to evade privacy the recent surge in Tor network traffic is being blamed on a relatively unknown botnet.
Google claims that its practice of reading emails to serve targeted ads is not illegal and that it should be allowed to do so.
Mega, the Privacy company, may not be all that private as a new tool claims to reveal users’ master key while the developer behind the tool claims that Mega has access to users’ files.
Staying anonymous while browsing the web seems to be the new mantra of anonymity savvy users and latest jump in Tor usage numbers supports that claim.
TOR as a feature in Firefox would be a great help for those looking to have increased privacy on the web saving them from the efforts of installing separate privacy bundles and extensions.
The controversial GCSB spy bill which may allow law enforcement agencies in New Zealand to carry our unwarranted surveillance has been passed.
Branded as the privacy company, Mega will be speeding up its secure email and messaging expansion plans following closure of Lavabit and Silent Circle.
The aftermath of Snowden’s revelations is here to stay with people becoming increasingly aware of the repercussions and the demand for spy-proof services increasing.
Peter Sunde, the Pirate Bay co-founder, has unveiled Helm.is – an Android and iOS app – a highly secure alternative to apps like WhatsApp, Viber and other such similar messaging service.