Educational letters will be sent to ISP subscribers who are suspected of online copyright infringement.
After last year's Windows telemetry outcry, Microsoft's new privacy settings promise to put the user in control of privacy. Does it do enough?
This year's big idea is Big Data - the collection of consumer information. At CES in Las Vegas last week, everyone and their dog was talking about connectivity and machine learning.
Governments around the world have shut down internet access more than 50 times last year in 2016, and the cost is estimated to exceed US$2.4bn globally.
The European Council wants all cryptocurrency exchanges to verify and register customers before storing their personal information in a central database.
Prosecutors in the US have obtained a warrant to retrieve audio recordings and telemetry data from a home-owner's Amazon Echo device, receiving national attention and alarming privacy advocate groups.
Already ISPs in the US are pushing to repeal privacy rules put in place last October, designed to protect consumers from overly aggressive data collection and marketing use.
Our journey so far and a glimpse into ServerComparator's roadmap, and a warm happy new year to everyone!
Thousands of users are left out of pocket after RogueVPN (aka VPNGhost) ceased trading, although information has surfaced which sheds some light on the reasons behind it.