Privacytopia Binary is an exhibition and side event of the upcoming 10th International Computers, Privacy and Data Protection conference in Brussels on 25th - 27th January. Running from Jan 13 - 29, Privacytopia is organised by Privacy Salon and artist, curator and researcher Bogomir Doringer, whom we recently spoke to ahead of the opening, [...]
Tracking is an inconvenient truth and so is looking after our own security online. It can be unsettling knowing that advertisers are following our every move in order to serve us ads while we navigate the web. Our guide shows you how online tracking works and a few tweaks and recommendations for limiting the amount that you are tracked online and increasing your privacy.
The unprecedented data leak of the Panama Papers taught us much about the extent of global tax evasion, however following several successive high-profile leaks in recent years, most famously perhaps, Edward Snowden's leak of NSA records, we might consider the real lesson to be that one's data is never really safe.
Google is tracking your every move online, but what many people do not know is that there are options for limiting the level of tracking you are subjected to by Google. Here is a how-to detailing some of your options.