Privacy Digest 10/22
How to use Ghostery’s privacy-minded Dawn browser
Lance Whitney at Tech Republic reviewed Ghostery Dawn, our browser with integrated ad blocking and anti-tracking technology as well as private search. Here's how to download and set it up.
DDG confirms tracker blocking limit linked to Microsoft contract
DuckDuckGo, the self-styled “internet privacy company” — which, for years, has built a brand around a claim of non-tracking web search and, more recently, launched its own ‘private’ browser with built-in tracker blocking — has found itself in hot water after a researcher found hidden limits on its tracking protection that create a carve-out for certain advertising data requests by its search syndication partner, Microsoft.
Guardian launches Tor onion service
Readers of the Guardian can now access our journalism entirely within the Tor network – an internet communication system designed to promote online privacy and offer enhanced protection from digital surveillance. Available at: https://www.guardian2zotagl6tmjucg3lrhxdk4dw3lhbqnkvvkywawy3oqfoprid.onion
Proton Is Trying to Become Google—Without Your Data
The encrypted-email company, popular with the security-conscious, has a plan to go mainstream.
Gartner Identifies Top Five Trends in Privacy Through 2024
As privacy regulations increase globally, @Gartner_IT says organizations should focus on 5 privacy trends that will impact enterprises through 2024.
The role of AI in data privacy
AI can help businesses improve customer experience in a way that both satisfies data privacy advocates and makes ecommerce more efficient.