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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.
YouTube ads in Safari: you see them now, will you see them in the future?
Content blocking in Safari is a thing in and of itself, and it's not good. One of the consequences is ads appearing in YouTube. Why does it happen and can it be prevented?
Gotta catch 'em all: how AdGuard scanned the entire web in search of hidden trackers
In pursuit of users' personal data, tracking companies invent more and more ways to violate your privacy. One of the tricky ones is CNAME-based trackers. AdGuard scanned the entire web to find all of them.
There's no such thing as a free lunch: 21 million user data leaked from 3 Android VPNs
As CyberNews reported a few days ago, databases with the credentials of 21 million users are sold on a popular hacker forum. Let’s figure out what happened and why such leaks are dangerous.
PCM: Apple's new alternative to cookies
Cookies as a way to track users' ad-to-web activity are gradually becoming a thing of the past. Apple introduces PCM as a substitute — but how good is it? As it turns out, at least controversial.
Big Sur: the good, the bad, and the ugly
So far macOS Big Sur has brought a lot of controversy: there are good changes, but also compatibility issues aplenty. How does it affect AdGuard?
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