Apple blurs nudes and lines around privacy, EU goes after ads, Google fixes cookies as Twitter changes hands. AdGuard’s Digest
Apple scans nudes to protect children, the EU continues its war on Big Tech, Zoom pays up over its security holes, Twitter changes hands, as Google makes it easier for some to opt out of cookies and hide from the search.
If you think your data is safer with big corps, you’re wrong: The story of Lapsus$ hacker group
The hacker group Lapsus$ has been causing quite a stir lately: among the affected companies are NVIDIA, Samsung, Microsoft, and others. We're telling the story of teenage hackers and analyzing how their attacks will affect users.
Europe declared war on Google and Facebook, Israel declared war on unrealistic ads: AdGuard's digest
Google Analytics is being banned in the European countries, Siri was caught eavesdropping and promises to stop, and there is a way to prevent your phone being tracked by walpapers. A bunch of good news in our digest.
Browser wars, Privacy Day, malicious tracking prevention: AdGuard's digest
If you have missed the international Data Privacy Day on the 28th of January, just celebrate it today on your own: check your security policies and practicies, change some passwords, install some adblocker and VPN.
Congrats, we have new threats ahead. The late Christmas digest
Some good news and some food for thought — AdGuard's industry news digest
A no-name ad blocker will serve you ads, Zuckerberg will delete your face. The world is cruel, read our digest
Several bits of advice on how to avoid ads in our digest - along with the usual set of important or interesting stuff
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.
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.
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.
March digest: Facebook outrage, stolen passwords, and future cars

An important note. Our monthly digests don’t just observe posts from our blog. They also contain noteworthy industry highlights that have not been covered by the blog.

Facebook is generally one of the main stars of nowadays’ data drama. Its activities consistently raise questions about privacy, ad targeting, tracking, and blocking. But this March it has surpassed itself, losing billions of market value after the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

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