The ancient proverb about a mountain that gave birth to a mouse fits perfectly to describe the events of this February in ad blocking. Google started
A recent poll by Global Web Index shows that ad-blocking users aged 21-34 (millennials) often pay for content, but mostly for video (movies, TV, streaming) and
Web programming language HTML5 gives developers a lot of new options, but it also lets advertisers identify and track users without their knowledge or consent.
A group of researchers from Princeton University developed a technique called PinMe that allows to define a smartphone’s location by combining information from the phone’
Internet of Things still lacks security, regulation, and sensibility, while users are greatly concerned about its impact on privacy and quality of life. These are the