With data collection, user profiling, hacker attacks, and security breaches on the rise, our devs share their best advice on how to protect personal information online.
Users are increasingly concerned about apps and services holding too much personal information. Time to review who knows what about you?
Many search engines aren’t neutral. They don’t point people to the best search results either. Here’s why you might want to avoid biased search results.
Where you are located on Earth can be pretty sensitive information. How does it work in your browser and what are the privacy implications?
On Data Privacy Day, we talk to Oliver Schonschek, News Analyst on privacy and security about the value of personal data and why we should all become privacy experts.
Come 1st January 2020, a new consumer data privacy regulation will kick into force in the U.S. Yet, we think that the California Consumer Privacy Act doesn’t go far enough to protect user privacy.
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.
Arne Möhle, co-founder of the secure email service Tutanota, reveals the true extent of the abuse of data, as well as how to stop the unlimited data mining.
In this article, Vivaldi security expert Yngve Pettersen takes a deep dive into network activity in Vivaldi.
Banks in the US and elsewhere have been selling anonymous information about customers’ spending habits for a long time. Now, Norway’s largest bank plans to do the same. Here’s what our security team has to say to that.