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Zuckerberg is proud, our future is awful, apps scan your photos yet again: AdGuard's digest
How do you do today? Our digest is hardly good to raise your mood, but we discuss important stuff. A lot has already happened in the first half of October, and probably some big changes are ahead.
The perfect ad blocker — what is it like?
The perfect ad blocker is the one that doesn't exist. Wait, what? Let's try to make sense of it with AdGuard's co-founder and CTO Andrey Meshkov.
Anything you pay for can and will be used against you. When smart TVs get too smart
Smart TVs are supposed to be the strictly better versions of the old-fashioned "dumb" ones. But it's not as simple: sometimes "smart" does not equal "good".
Secret service loves adblocking while Google tries to kill it: AdGuard news digest
Some funny, important, outrageous, and weird events from the world of web security.
Objects in Manifest V3 are closer than they appear — and it's not good news
Manifest V3, a new API for Chrome browser extensions, is creeping up on us. It will change your favorite extensions for before you know it — and probably for the worse.
AdGuard's statement in response to the Quad9 injunction
AdGuard supports Quad9 in its fight against what we consider to be an incorrect and dangerous claim that puts free Internet as we know it at great risk.
AdGuard relaunches news digest
AdGuard re-launches its news digest: now it's easy to keep track of what's been going on in the world of ad blocking, privacy protection, and Web security lately.
Feeling sad? Here’s an ad. Why we buy things we don't want
Targeting internet users with ads has pretty much become a norm. It's a huge industry — because it works, even a little too well. Why do we buy things that we don't want?
Is there a price too high for children's safety? Our comment on Apple's new controversial feature
There is a noisy scandal around privacy and Apple going on recently (yes, again). The world has been divided into alarmists and optimists (most of whom by wild coincidence work at Apple) by a new function called CSAM detection, aimed at preventing child abuse.
Bring me new horizons: Apple will add Safari web extensions to iPhones and iPads
Something pretty amazing just happened. Apple defied the odds by bringing Safari web extensions to mobile devices. Now it will be possible to create universal extensions that will run on all Apple devices! Read on to learn more and know why this is so important.
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