"2021 State of the Onion" will be online on November 17 and will be available for viewing on Tor's YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.
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Changes to Firefox's add-on policies that were announced on Wednesday, focus on privacy and security and will go into effect on December 1, 2021.
Google Chrome's new API, Idle Detection, knows when you've been sleeping, it knows when you're awake, and it knows if you've been bad or good.
For the seventh year in a row, the search engine that promises not to stalk your online moves puts its money where its mouth is, this year by donating $300,000 to organizations that work towards online privacy.
The search engine DuckDuckGo isn’t Google — in more ways than one. For starters, its whole premise is to not follow you around as you surf the web. It’s also not rich, so it doesn’t have gazillions of dollars to throw at whatever project strikes its fancy. However, the people who run the little search engine that can are very generous with what money they do have.
As they have for the last seven years, this year they’ve been busy handing out money again.
An unadorned search page that loads fast. Search results combined from a number of sources. No sponsored search results to get in the way of…
First it was the NSA, the FBI and every big city cop shop on the planet insisting we need legislation to force safe, secure and for their eyes only back doors in damn near every device on the planet, presumably including light switches, garbage disposals and dishwashers. Eventually they came to see that doors, hidden or not, are merely temptations for hackers to break on through, and just decided to go on the down low for a while so they could pull a sneak attack later when we least expect it, which is a favorite trick of government types.