The privacy debate has now been going on for a few years, with its ups and downs. In phases, we see more discussion around what Google knows, or what we can find out
The ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ brings up Privacy Issues – do want to have the right to remember?
A lot of people have no idea how public it is what they do. And they also have no idea to protect their privacy. Here’s how to get a grip.
Even though your Instagram settings are set to ‘private’, there still is a chance others will see your photos, you have to be aware of who can see and share.
To make sure your content is ‘safe’ on Facebook there is a lot you need to do. But most users don’t think about privacy too much as research shows.
Google knows a lot about you. Want to know what and how? Here’s how Google gathers information about you and your friends.
Facebook’s new Graph Search has potential for finding information about others and targeting, but also raises a lot of privacy questions at the same time
UK prime minster David Cameron announces the UK will be blocking extremist sites. Is this the beginning of the end for the open web?
According to reports Google is working on a cookieless tracking technology. Good news, but does this mean the web is beholden to a single company?