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News and perspectives on privacy.

Press Release: SEMAPHOR NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWnload

SpiderOak, maker of the world’s most trusted online backup solutions, today announced the availability of Semaphor, a new real-time messagin

Privacy over the years: 1917 - Present

Tracking technologies, security flaws, and key figures shaping the future of privacy. This timeline highlights several privacy moments from

Proposed Rule 41 Changes: What it is and how to stop it

We’re asking for your support and a few minutes of your time. Join us and the EFF to help raise awareness of this issue.

Slack’s Top 5 Privacy Mistakes We Can’t Make

Everyone makes mistakes. We do too. But when it comes to privacy, we keep our guard up.

Living in a Post-Snowden world: online searches and self-censorship on the rise

All of us know, without doubt, that we’re being watched online. Is it altering our behavior at all?

Facebook shadow profiles: a profile of you that you never created.

You never created it -- but it holds more information about you than you'd care to share.

10 privacy tools to help you dodge data mining and more

Sometimes, data mining can get a little bit out of hand. Here are a few tools that will help you avoid intrusive ads, trackers, and more.

"Hundreds of Eyes": Today’s Pantopicon

Privacy and surveillance may seem like a trending topic today, but these events were present centuries ago.

Special Offer for SpiderOakers – 25% off Golden Frog’s VyprVPN

We are excited to announce VyprVPN Server, a new product in beta offered by our partner Golden Frog!

Celebrating 10 Years of Privacy at SpiderOak

We built SpiderOak with privacy from day one.

Why don't other major corporations build Zero Knowledge systems?

It's often unprofitable or impractical, and otherwise it's a bunch of extra work.

Apple follows lead of secure cloud services like that of SpiderOak.

Offering Zero Knowledge to online users is becoming a no-brainer for Apple.

It’s Only Your Reputation

Instant and reckless snap judgments of character can be made by what someone posts or what others say about us online.

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