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Mozilla is extending one of its strongest privacy protection products to Android, creating separate cookie jars for mobile sites.
Meta has introduced Privacy Center, a new place to learn more about privacy across its app and technology ecosystem.
After a round of testing in beta, Signal is revealing its capacity to quickly send money privately to any other user with a message.
Zoom has announced several updates to streamline the flow of meetings, enhance security and privacy, and more.
Google has issued a new policy that will help underage users and their parents remove images from Google Search.
Twitter is looking to refine privacy tools and testing one that allows to prevent people from seeing tweets without removing them altogether.
WhatsApp will soon let users choose to hide their "last seen" timestamp from some specific contacts at a time.
WhatsApp is rolling out a new feature called 'View Once' that lets users set photos and videos to disappear from chats once they are viewed.
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Brave last week announced Brave Search, its own search engine that promises privacy-preserving search built on its own index.
Twitter is experimenting with new features to help users unmention themselves from Tweets and conversations.