Is an Internet Bill of Rights for Privacy Feasible?

Tim Berners-Lee still defends the Internet, even decades after its birth. He now advocates a new Magna Carta for the online world. He says that it makes online privacy feasible and is a step towards regaining freedom. The Internet should … Continue reading

Private Browser DuckDuckGo Blocked in China

China has blocked the private browser DuckDuckGo, the well-known privacy-conscious search engine. A couple of US services are still available in the country, but they are heavily monitored and censored. DuckDuckGo is still accessible via VPN, but unconnected Chinese users … Continue reading

Data Protection for Kids

Our kids are going back to school, and preparations are well under way. But preparation is more than new school supplies. Kids need to be reviewed on safety practices. Parents also need to get up to speed on the types … Continue reading

Russian Protests Could Lead to Nationwide Internet Disconnection

Russian President Vladimir Putin is thinking about ways to cut the country off from the Internet. He says that if and when they face an emergency situation, the Kremlin feels that Internet disconnection is a must. Plans that the president’s … Continue reading