A recent report from the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT), reveals that parents and teachers have learned to accept surveillance in schools.
The “‘screeching voices’ of the minority” have forced a rethink of Apple’s plans for scanning for child sexual abuse material on users’ devices.
Twitter revealed that ID verification on its site would not have prevented recent, racist tweets directed at England’s football players.
Google’s FLoC trial will change how millions of users are tracked online. Here’s how to find out if you’re part of the trial, and how to opt out.
On Lock and Code, we talk to Eva Galperin, director of cybersecurity for EFF, about the importance of defending online anonymity and speech.
For Data Privacy Day, Lock and Code returns with a special episode featuring guests from Mozilla, DuckDuckGo, and EFF
Prop 24 in California has split the data privacy community, with major organizations both supporting and opposing the proposed changes to data privacy law.
Malwarebytes teams up with security vendors and advocacy groups to launch Coalition Against Stalkerware
Today, Malwarebytes is announcing its participation in a joint effort to stop invasive digital surveillance: the Coalition Against Stalkerware.