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Does technology empower or enslave? Can security and privacy go hand in hand? Are we reduced to just being a product? Jon von Tetzchner discusses this and much more at Web Summit.
Opera and Vivaldi founder says the government needs to protect individuals from the worst excesses of tech firms.
We are at the Web Summit, dubbed as the “largest tech conference in the world”. We continue to spread the word about Vivaldi and talk about the positive use of technology and its impacts.
Watch Jon von Tetzchner in discussion with Warwick Ashford about the ongoing erosion of privacy online and what we should be doing about it.
Most people don’t understand the extent to which their personal information is at risk, says Jon von Tetzchner, who founded the Opera and Vivaldi browser firms.
In an in-depth interview, we talk about everything from why Vivaldi is good for web designers to how many users it has and if the Internet of Things is something the company will focus on, going forward.
Version 1.6 – available for Mac, Windows and Linux – debuts three new features, all revolving around the browser’s flexible tab management system. The highlight of these is the new tab notification feature
Vivaldi 1.6 puts the focus on tabs, making several tweaks and adding new features to improve the browsing experience when you have a bevy of different pages open at once.
We speak to Tatsuki Tomita, COO and co-founder of Vivaldi, to find out what it can offer power users.