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Online privacy company Abine today announced its new Private Search anti-tracking tool for those who want to use Google Search in Firefox without being tracked by Google.
Mozilla has celebrated the 10th anniversary of Firefox 1.0 with the launch of a 'forget button', DuckDuckGo search and other initiatives that will help users to protect their privacy in a snoopers' world
Google is expected to remove the first links from search results following Europe's landmark privacy ruling in May.
LinkedIn aims to connect up the world – but it often spooks us with its suggestions of people we may know. How does it turn up these suggestions from people way outside of my professional circle?
Microsoft is seeking to promote its search engine with an ad-free version of Bing which blocks adult content and includes additional privacy controls.
The Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection says the Privacy Act forces it to ask holders of confidential electronic documents to return them to the department.
A group of Apple users in the UK have launched a legal case against Google after the search giant was found to have bypassed privacy settings in the Safari browser by U.S. authorities.
[UPDATE] Social coding site's search function closes without explanation after online users pointed out that an upgrade earlier this week revealed private files and encryption keys.
Kim Dotcom, whose MegaUpload cyberlocker service was closed down at the instigation of the US government, has launched a new privacy-oriented service from his New Zealand mansion.
Mozilla has released the newest versions of its desktop and mobile software, which brings new features as well as bug fixes to the browser.
Porn companies have begun adopting facial-recognition technology that allows any user to search for a face in their databases with an uploaded photo. It could become a privacy nightmare.
A US judge has rebuffed efforts by California-based Consumer Watchdog to derail Google's settlement with the FTC regarding the bypassing of Safari privacy settings.. The group wanted a harsher penalty, and is now urging a full FTC suit over Google's search practices.
Microsoft's latest campaign takes an almighty swipe at Google, after the search giant was found to have circumvented the privacy settings of Safari users across the Web earlier this year.
A U.S. consumer group says it is unfair that Google can escape with a meager (albeit record) penalty but without admitting guilt, after the search giant bypassed the Safari browser's privacy settings.
Following a high-profile FTC settlement, the search giant is looking to hire privacy experts to avoid such litigation in the future.
After Google bypassed Safari privacy settings, the FTC charged the search giant $22.5m to settle. But how many hours does it take for Google to recover? Five.
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