Privacy Digest 16/22
iOS can stop VPNs from working as expected - and expose your data
A security researcher claims that Apple mobile devices keep connections open if they are created before a VPN is activated.
A 'data buffet': Mozilla's review of pregnancy and period trackers sheds light on data privacy concerns
According to a review of 25 period and pregnancy tracking apps and devices reviewed by Mozilla, 18 were found by researchers to not meet their expectations for privacy and security standards.
Privacy complaint targets Google over unsolicited ad emails
Google has breached a European Union court ruling by sending unsolicited advertising emails directly to the inbox of Gmail users, Austrian advocacy group noyb.eu said on Wednesday in a complaint filed with France's data protection watchdog.
Protect your inbox: DuckDuckGo Email Protection beta now open to all!
The DuckDuckGo Email Protection beta is now open for all. It's a free email forwarding service that removes multiple types of hidden email trackers and lets you create unlimited unique private email addresses on the fly – without switching email providers or apps.
Online Privacy for Nonprofits: A Guide to Better Practices
Check out these guidelines by the Electronic Frontier Foundation to offer better privacy options by default when building a Nonprofit. Or share with someone you know!