Flattr improves customer privacy protections by automatically deleting collected data when its no longer needed for its core service.
Debian and Ubuntu have benefitted from good package reporting and analytics. It’s time Fedora Linux started collecting some more usage metrics.
Lenovo Wi-Fi Security collects information about your device and networks. It can warn you about insecure networks, but it doesn’t proactively protect you.
Windows 10’s built-in Backup program can’t directly backup to Backblaze B2 on its own. Helper programs can help you get the job done.
The battery is dead, performance is terrible, and Lenovo abandoned its drivers. My Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro 1370 didn’t stand up to the test of time.
Do the poorly disclosed affiliate links and link commissions make a difference in how PCMag rank VPN providers? (It would seem so.)
Your list of news feed (‘RSS’) subscriptions is unique and it can be used to create a trackable and persistent device fingerprint.
A look at the new Google AdSense APIs for obtaining GDPR and ePrivacy consent with custom-built data-sharing consent-screens.
Chrome goes against Google’s ad-business-interests and introduces a distraction/ad-free reading mode experience in Chrome for Android.
Improve your privacy by spreading DNS resolution requests out among many recursive DNS resolvers. No single provider will know all you do online.
Many VPNs require you to install their root certificates to use their service. This also enables them to intercept your encrypted web traffic.
Bugs in the Windows Settings app cause problem when setting up VPN connections with IKEv2 EAP authentication profiles. Here’s how to set it up despite the bugs.