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How to build your own VPN if you’re (rightfully) wary of...

While not perfect, either, cloud hosting providers have a better customer data record.

Facebook helped advertisers target teens who feel “worthless”

Leaked 2017 document reveals FB Australia's intent to exploit teens' words, images.

The secret lives of Google raters

They spent years testing Google's algorithms—then everything changed.

Online ad scam launders legions of pirates and pervs into ‘legit’...

Traffic Alchemist turns base metal into gold An elaborate online ad scam that disguised junk traffic as views on reputable sites has been costing advertisers as much as $7m per month.…

Democrats draft laws in futile attempt to protect US internet privacy

In non-snowball-in-Hell's-chance news: New York joins states' revolt on ISP rules Less than a week after President Trump signed the law allowing ISPs to sell customers' browsing habits to advertisers, Democratic politicians are introducing bills to stop the practice.…

Minnesota, Illinois rebel over America’s ISP privacy massacre, mull fresh info...

Yeah, not so fast, Comcast, Verizon et al, say US states President Trump has yet to sign off on congressional legislation that allows American ISPs to sell their subscribers' online habits to advertisers – but US states aren't waiting for his signature and are moving to protect their constituents' privacy.…

ISPs and FCC chair Ajit Pai celebrate death of online privacy...

Pai wants the FTC to regulate ISP privacy, but no rules are in place today.

For sale: Your private browsing history

Congress passes bill allowing ISPs to sell customer Web surfing data.

House could vote tomorrow to let ISPs sell your Web browsing...

House moves quickly after last week's Senate vote to kill FCC privacy rules.

How ISPs can sell your Web history—and how to stop them

How the Senate's vote to kill privacy rules affects you.

Senate votes to let ISPs sell your Web browsing history to...

ISP now stands for "invading subscriber privacy," Democratic senator says.

Big US companies pull YouTube ads after extremist content sparks uncertainty

The ads might not have run over hateful videos, but they're not taking any chances.