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ExpressVPN Announces New Features for Apps

Today, ExpressVPN announced that it had updated its popular Android, iOS and Windows VPN apps with a selection of new features designed to make protecting your privacy and hiding your identity online even easier. These include split tunneling and easier location selection.

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Mark Zuckerberg’s Four Ways to Fix the Internet

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is making a new push for regulation across Europe and the US, and it's the biggest evolution in his public views on the matter we've seen yet. Zuckerberg explained it all in a Washington Post op-ed over the weekend. Here's the rundown on his thoughts.

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Study Reveals Security Risk of Remote Working

The benefits of remote work are great, but we can't ignore the changing security practices that come alongside the shift. More than one in three organizations have dealt with a security incident due to an unsecured remote worker, according to an OpenVPN study.

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Google Announces AI Ethics Panel

Google has announced the formation of an AI ethics panel, which will tackle how the company should responsibly use and develop AI projects. Made up by a diverse group from academic, corporate and government backgrounds, the council will formulate Google's AI approach.

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Only One-Third of Android Antivirus Apps Work Properly

A new report from security company AV-Comparatives has revealed that only 80 of the most popular Android antivirus apps give you effective protection and only 23 of those apps can guarantee a 100% threat-detection rate, highlighting the need for proper Android security.

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Verizon Study Identifies Mobile Security Risk to Businesses

A new study from mobile giant Verizon has shown that the phone in your pocket is magnet to hackers and scammers, showing an increase in the number of attacks on mobile devices. We explain why data hacks and security attacks are becoming riskier on mobile devices in the workplace

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Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe – Review

Zucked is partly a story of Roger McNamee’s realization of Facebook’s ills, and partly a manifesto for a better internet. The book charts McNamee’s journey from Facebook optimist and investor, to concerned citizen and finally to privacy activist calling for Facebook's ...