Brave Search Enters Public Beta

Brave has opened its search engine beta to the world, following an invite-only early access.

TikTok Unveils New Protections for Teens

TikTok has unveiled new protections for teens, including limiting notifications at night.

Mozilla Releases Firefox 91 With Enhanced Cookie Clearing

Mozilla has taken the wraps off of the latest version of Firefox, version 91, and it includes significant privacy improvements.

FTC Official Blasts Facebook’s Actions Against Researchers

The FTC’s Acting Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection, Samuel Levine, has written an open letter blasting Facebook’s recent actions.

Apple Will Check Photo Uploads for Child Sex Abuse Images

Apple will begin checking photos being uploaded to its iCloud service against a database of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM), in an effort to protect children.

Facebook Bans Researchers Investigating It

Facebook is taking action, that appears to be retaliatory, against researchers that are investigating it.

Zoom Settles Class Action Privacy Lawsuit for $85 Million

Zoom has agreed to settle a class action privacy suit for $85 million over missteps the company made early in the pandemic.

Invisibly Launches Platform to Help People Control and Monetize Their Data

Invisibly is looking to disrupt the advertising industry, launching a platform that puts people in control of their data.

FTC May Target Google and Facebook’s Data and Algorithms

The Federal Trade Commission may target Google and Facebook’s data, and the algorithms they rely on, as part of a larger antitrust crackdown.

DuckDuckGo Testing Email Protection Service

DuckDuckGo is testing a new email protection feature, designed to combat email trackers.