People want to protect information: hard drives from oppressive governments, physical location from stalkers, browsing history from overly curious corporations or phone conversations from nosy neighbours.
Here’s how to see all the photos, friends, messages, and relationships you’ve had on Facebook.
A study by Princeton shows that Google is tracking the activity of users on around 80% of the top 1 million websites.
Facebook has launched a Live Video map which lets users trawl the globe for live streams from anyone who is online.
Netflix has launched a tool to help Internet users test their broadband speed.
TorrentFreak has released its list of the most downloaded movies through BitTorrent over the past week.
Twitter users on Android have reported seeing a Periscope “Go Live” button.
Twitter is planning to stop counting photos and links as part of its 140-character limit.
Google has introduced shopping ads on image search, where ads for related products will appear as shoppers browse Google Images.