US Senate Votes to Let ISPs Sell Your Browsing Data

US Senate Votes to Let ISPs Sell Your Browsing Data

On Thursday, March 23rd, the US Senate voted to let Internet service providers (ISPs) sell your web browsing history without your permission. If you live in the US, your browsing habits can now be sold to advertisers and third parties. You can also be victim to a lot more creepy, »

Where to Support Privacy in 2017

Where to Support Privacy in 2017

Online privacy is an important topic moving into 2017, and if you’re using apps like TunnelBear to keep your information private online, you’re taking the first step (nice!). However, the solution to online privacy won’t be solved with technology alone. We’ll need public awareness on the »

Censorship In The News 2016

Censorship In The News 2016

The past year was a rough one for online freedoms, with several countries taking disturbing steps to begin censoring the Internet, while others moved to further tighten existing restrictions. And while 2016 is now behind us, it’s likely many of these tactics -- from social media blocks to outright »

December in Online Privacy

December in Online Privacy

December saw some important but easy-to-miss privacy news that we’ve caught for the latest TunnelBear privacy roundup. These include two popular Internet companies taking new steps to spy on their users (with only one backing down), a pledge to shed a small bit of light on the U.S. »