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Twitter to bring end-to-end encryption back to Direct Messages again
- Encryption is an essential feature for consumer privacy, especially in authoritarian regimes.
- Twitter is reviving end-to-end encryption in its direct messages (DMs) to join the leagues of secure messag...
- However, encrypted messaging has a dark side, like facilitating malicious activities. Read More
A non-profit think tank defends crypto privacy over Tornado Cash sanctions
Earlier this month, the Coin Center, a non-profit organization focusing on cryptocurrency policies, announced that…Read More
Australia’s telecom firm Telstra Employees’ Data leaked On The Dark Web
Telstra reported that there was a data breach that involved thousands of its employees’ names…Read More
Websites are dropping the Facebook button as consumers demand more privacy
Recently, consumers have focused more on privacy when surfing the internet for daily activities like…Read More