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Facebook’s medical data scandal, Telegram, Mozilla's cookies & apps that prey on children. AdGuard's Digest
Facebook faces another data scandal, Telegram partners with Google and possibly the police, Mozilla fights trackers, apps spy on children, Twitter misleads users as the US may become closer to the EU privacy-wise.
Private AdGuard DNS beta 4: dark theme, new localizations, and free Personal plan
Meet the new version of the private AdGuard DNS! It features a dark theme, new localizations, and exciting news for all paid AdGuard VPN users: they will get free access to the private AdGuard DNS!
DNS-over-QUIC is now officially a proposed standard
DNS-over-QUIC, a very promising protocol, is now an official standard. It means that it has received enough community review to be implemented around the world. What has changed globally and how it will affect AdGuard products, read in this article.
Bye, Internet Explorer, you won’t be missed: Once omnipresent browser king retires in exile
Microsoft has ended support for Internet Explorer for most users, a long-awaited step that marks the end of an era. Once the world's most popular browser, Internet Explorer has become the target of ridicule for its rigidity, which manifested itself with regards to ad blocking.
AdGuard v7.10 for Windows: Protect from DPI, dark theme for the updater window, and more
Meet our AdGuard v7.10 for Windows! The new version has a lot to offer — we added 'Protect from DPI' feature, dark theme for the updater window, improved working with Ad Blocker and DNS filters, and more.
Privacy-shy apps, DuckDuckGo's duplicity, Google's woes, Mozilla's tradeoff. AdGuard's digest.
Apps share too much of your data, DuckDuckGo reveals a deal with Microsoft, patients fight Google, the EU proposes new anti-privacy law, Twitter launches a game, as Mozilla’s having it both ways with Manifest V3.
Tell me a secret, I won’t keep it: Voice assistants — glitchy friends that might turn on you
Voice assistants are undemanding helpers, always ready to take on the most boring chores. However, they can spy on you and allow others to eavesdrop on your conversations. Weigh the risks when you bring them home.
AdGuard turns 13: Anniversary quiz, wow discounts, and more
Not only is June 1st the first day of summer, it's also AdGuard's birthday. This year we're turning 13, and we're incredibly grateful to the community of users and contributors. To say thank you, we've got a few surprises for you.
Private AdGuard DNS beta 3: new blocklists, open API and more
The third beta version of private AdGuard DNS contains many improvements, fixes and useful updates, like ECS support implementation or AdGuard DNS Knowledge Base addition. Read the article to learn them all!
Not-so-SafeGraph: Location tracker revealed to sell data on abortion clinics' clients
The company behind a tracking tool is revealed to have been collecting and selling data on visitors of clinics at the centre of the abortion rights debate in the US. AdGuard is now blocking the tool.
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