The network said it was willing to pay anything from US $500 to $40,000 for substantiated cases.
1 more way you can keep your personal data safe from prying eyes.
Initiatives will put more users in control of their privacy.
Reports: New York Times, The Verge, Financial Times, Kansas City Business Journal
Alphabet company ‘Jigsaw’ offers this DIY software ‘Outline’ for setting up the VPN in the Cloud or on your very own PC.
We will not advocate either way on what you can do with your Facebook account. To continue or to delete is your choice. But yes, this Website can certainly tell you how to be “safe” on this social network vis-a-vis your privacy.
Reports: BBC News, ConsumerReports.org, CBS New York, BGR
….and why do you really need it.
Anyone with access to your computer could review this information to learn a lot about your habits.
There are plenty of “convenience” features in Microsoft’s latest Windows release that look to monitor your every move on the Windows desktop in order to “improve the Windows experience.”
There are secure email clients & then there’s Tutanota. The latter claims to automatically encrypt all your data on your device. Your mails as well as your contacts stay private. You can easily communicate with any of your friends end-to-end encrypted. Just how did Tutanota come about & why. This is its story.
Mozilla has unveiled a privacy-focused browser for Android devices that blocks web trackers & makes it easier to erase your browsing history.
Reports: TechCrunch, YouTube
3 new things will empower customers to be more informed about their privacy in Windows 10.