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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.
This is your chance to get a free DuckDuckGo email address that will protect you from ad companies spying on your inbox.
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.
TikTok announced it gained the ISO 27001 certification in the UK and the US, with India, Ireland, and Singapore to follow soon.
Let's be honest, most of your passwords are "shit". In fact, as little as 25 words make a large majority of passwords used worldwide. Scary.
DuckDuckGo has announced that it's turning on the Global Privacy Control (GPC) browser setting by default in its mobile apps and desktop extensions.
WhatsApp is giving users more time to think about accepting a new data sharing policy that would see their data shared with Facebook.
Facebook has announced a revamped version of its Access Your Information tool, making it easier for users to find and view their account data in one place.
Facebook has temporarily disabled some Messenger and Instagram features in response to new rules for messaging services in Europe.
Late last month, Facebook announced it's removing the 28-day attribution window in Facebook Ads. The change is effective as of October 12.