Tagged: privacy

How to Quickly Blur Faces in Photos

Just like turning off your phone’s GPS or limiting what data you share with Google, people have a right to digital privacy, but the built-in facial recognition algorithms on sites like Facebook or apps...

How to Buy a Burner Phone

If you’re planning to do some protesting and you don’t want to risk your expensive smartphone in the process—or you simply want to keep yourself as anonymous as possible while you’re out—consider buying a...

The Best Apps for Safer Protesting

We’ve talked about the settings you need to know to keep your phone, your data and yourself safe and secure when protesting. If you do choose to use your device during a protest, there...

France releases contact-tracing app StopCovid

After weeks of intense debate, the French government has released its contact-tracing app StopCovid. While it was supposed to be released on both iOS and Android six hours ago, it is only available on...

The Internet is Broken. Can Crypto Fix It?

Over four and half billion people, or fifty-nine per cent of the global population, use the Internet every day. The Internet is where we communicate, transact, and consume information. Read the full story Read more