1 year on: As Covid-19 raged, our privacy slid
One year after Covid-19 was declared a pandemic, we take a look at how it has changed our lives both online and off, for better or worse.
A less-invasive Covid-19 tracker: Sniffer dogs
Dogs are one of the most low-tech forms of surveillance around—and now a welcome addition in the effort to control the virus’s spread.
Covid-19’s biggest casualty will be the further degradation of our individual...
History, as they say, often repeats itself. And we’ve definitely seen this before. It took a cataclysmic event to sow...
How to spot Covid-19 phishing and ransomware attacks
NOTE: This post was originally published on April 7, 2020 Spring is normally the time when tax-related phishing scams spike,...
Countries are using greater surveillance measures to track Covid-19. What are...
Heightened global concerns over the novel coronavirus have compelled countries to implement measures such as flight suspensions, mandatory quarantine...
Guide: How to safely scan QR codes
Here are some quick and easy steps to take when scanning those black-and-white squares.
7 examples of the biggest DDoS attacks
Including that time Twitter, Netflix, and Spotify all went down.
We’ve reached 4 million active subscribers!
An exciting milestone for us, and a heartfelt thank you to our users.
Uses of blockchain (beyond finance)
The technology is being used in healthcare, real estate, logistics, and even voting, with the aim of greater security and transparency.
30 biggest tech companies in the world 2023 (full list)
These four companies have a sweeping influence on our digital and offline lives when it comes to privacy and access of information.