ThinkPrivacy, the platform that helps users take back their online privacy and security, has included Vivaldi in their list of recommended privacy-focused products. We talk to ThinkPrivacy founder Dan Arel.
Your browser has a huge impact on your privacy. A privacy-focused browser will protect your private information from others.
Vivaldi doesn’t track you. However, some search engines can track every search you do. Here’s how to stop that.
The Android operating system developed by Google comes with a web browser component built into it. Instead of using that, we built Vivaldi from the bottom up.
Vivaldi 3.0 landed with a built-in Ad blocker. Here’s why we took this step (along with advice on how to help your favorite websites still generate revenue).
Vivaldi incorporates DuckDuckGo’s Tracker Radar-powered blocklist. Here’s what that means for your browsing.
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 private. They don’t point to the best search results either. In a survey, Vivaldi users say they prefer private search engines.
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.