Inside Apple: How Apple’s attitude impacts security

Apple expert Thomas Reed learned a lot about Apple’s attitude to security at the Objective by the Sea security conference.

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Google, geofence warrants, and you

We dig into geofence / keyword search warrants, where police request broad data near the scene of a crime – or not near a crime scene at all.

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Internet safety tips for kids and teens: A comprehensive guide for the modern parent

There are certain things your kids should never grow out of. And two of these are following great cybersecurity and privacy practices.

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Apple delays plans to search devices for child abuse imagery

The “‘screeching voices’ of the minority” have forced a rethink of Apple’s plans for scanning for child sexual abuse material on users’ devices.

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Watch what you send on anonymous SMS websites

We take a look at temporary SMS number websites, which allow users to send SMS messages to anonymous numbers.

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A week in security (August 23 – August 29)

A round-up of the most interesting blog posts and security news happenings for the week of August 23 to August 29.

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The best browsers for privacy and security

Every browser cares about your privacy and security, but some care about it more than others.

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What is Tor?

We give a brief overview of Tor, the secure communications tool. We explain what it is, how you can use it, and some of the potential drawbacks.

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Chrome casts away the padlock—is it good riddance or farewell?

With news that Google intends to remove the padlock from its Chrome web browser, we take a look at how we got here.

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Zoom and gloom? Video comms org agrees to settle for $85m

We take a look at the recent Zoom settlement relating to privacy, zoom-bombing, and data sharing, and ask: “How did we get here?”.

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