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. »

Give the Gift of Privacy with TunnelBear’s Holiday Sale

Give the Gift of Privacy with TunnelBear’s Holiday Sale

Struggling to find the perfect holiday present for your privacy-conscious loved one? Why not put a Bear in their stocking with the TunnelBear’s “Gift of the Bear” sale! From now until January 7, 2017 you can save 58% off the monthly price of a TunnelBear subscription. That’s one »

TunnelBear on Android Nougat Getting Sweet New Features

TunnelBear on Android Nougat Getting Sweet New Features

Smartphone makers are rolling out the newest Nougat update for Android devices, and we’ve been working on some new features for the TunnelBear app for the Nougat release. Fast access to TunnelBear from the Quick Settings panel One of the new additions to Android Nougat is that apps can »

This Month In Online Privacy

This Month In Online Privacy

November was a ‘yuge’ month for online privacy news. We’ve seen some major disclosures, a shocking new Internet surveillance law and president-elect Donald Trump, who isn’t likely to be good news for online privacy. In an effort to share more of these with our community, here are TunnelBear’ »