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European Parliament’s IMCO backs limits on tech giants’ ability to run tracking ads

In what looks like bad news for adtech giants like Facebook and Google, MEPs in the European Parliament have voted for tougher restrictions on how Internet users’ data can be […]




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The Battle for Digital Privacy Is Reshaping the Internet

“The internet is answering a question that it’s been wrestling with for decades, which is: How is the internet going to pay for itself?” he said.The fallout may hurt brands […]




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What the Privacy Battle Upending the Internet Means for You

The internet is changing, including how much we pay for content and the ads and brands we see.That’s because Apple and Google, two hugely influential tech companies, are rolling out […]




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Europe wants to go its own way on digital identity

In its latest ambitious digital policy announcement, the European Union has proposed creating a framework for a “trusted and secure European e-ID” (aka digital identity) — which it said today […]







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If You Care About Privacy, It’s Time to Try a New Web Browser

Meet the private browsersFirefox Focus, DuckDuckGo and Brave are all similar, but with some important differences.Firefox Focus, available only for mobile devices like iPhones and Android smartphones, is bare-bones. You […]




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What We Learned From Apple’s New Privacy Labels

We all know that apps collect our data. Yet one of the few ways to find out what an app does with our information involves reading a privacy policy.Let’s be […]