Tag: privacy

What to Learn From How the Korean Government Regulates Blockchain

However, the US government’s response to the sudden demand for regulations for tech companies has been underwhelming, as they didn’t fully understand how tech companies worked. Last year’s Senate hearing showed how much they knew

Facebook: The Magic 8 Ball

It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a homo sapien to quit this junk. You can sign out but you can never leave. Facebook’s algorithm is

A Decentralised Blockchain-Based VPN Network Could Be The Future of Private Communication

Broadly speaking, there are three parties fighting the guerilla war on privacy and internet anonymity. Government agencies, cybercriminals and we average internet users who mostly give Facebook all of our information and then complain, on

Privacy: What You Need To Know

Here is how it works. Researcher and social psychologist, Dr. Cazzell (Stanford, Queensland, BYU, Yale), excellently described this in her Behavioral Economics article with the Game of Clue. Here is how it works: When you

State Controlled Internet: The Story About VPNs in China

Censorship is closely related to politics. The annual global ranking of Internet freedom clearly illustrates this dependence. States that violate human rights also block undesirable websites or block access to the global network. Only 13

Tracking the trackers. Draw connections between scripts and domains on website.

TL;DR Kupa3 allows you to draw connections between scripts on specific website. It search for javascript code or source attribute, in html code, and crawls it in order to draw a dependency graph. This approach

Who’s Really Behind the World’s Most Popular Free VPNs?

After big names like Whatsapp, Snapchat, and Facebook, VPNs are the most searched-for applications in the world. “VPN” is the second-highest non-branded search term behind “games”, and free apps completely dominate the search results. The

What The Heck, Google (Part 4)

“Google sign” by Pawe? Czerwi?ski on Unsplash Google Automatically Logs Users Into Chrome ? Read More: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 So these articles just keep becoming easier and easier to write. Every week

8 Smart Ways To Maintain Your Digital Privacy

“grayscale photo of woman doing silent hand sign” by Kristina Flour on Unsplash Regardless of how you use the internet, it’s nearly guaranteed that you are being tracked in some way. Natalie Triedman recently shared how

Turkey’s economic crisis can trigger the next crypto bull run

Turkey, one of the biggest countries in terms of population (#19) and in terms of economic power (#13), is experiencing a serious economic crisis, which is mostly fueled by the current politics. The Turkish Lira