Spying on people’s behavior and profiling them is wrong. That is why we have made sure that Google’s Topics is disabled in two separate ways in the Vivaldi browser.
Your browser and search engine shape your experience of the internet. So why not use them to help keep your online experience private?
Tarquin Wilton-Jones, Security Expert at Vivaldi, explains how listening to users is much more beneficial to product development than tracking them.
Are software testing and ethical hacking the same? What exactly is security research and who can help with the testing of software? Vivaldi developer Tarquin Wilton-Jones explains.
Your browser has a huge impact on your privacy. A privacy-focused browser will protect your private information from others.
Innocent feature tracking can quickly turn into unacceptable user behavior monitoring, user profiling and a money-spinner for a company. Tarquin Wilton-Jones, Security Expert at Vivaldi, describes how.
There’re a growing number of reasons for people to be concerned about security and privacy online. Let’s take a look at what your browser can do to protect you.
Vivaldi’s privacy settings give you the control to safeguard your private data more than any other browser. Let’s take a look at what you can do with Vivaldi.
In our series on privacy and security, we look at how Private Windows work and give you some tips on how to use private browsing.
In our series on privacy and security, we delve into true VPNs, secure and anonymizing web proxies, browser VPNs, and explain what to look for in a VPN service.
Next up in our series on privacy and security we look at website permissions, ways to block tracking through ads, and third-party services in Vivaldi.
We continue our series on privacy and security by taking a closer look at software that relies on intercepting network connections such as antivirus, parental control and debugging software. Should you be using those?