Now you can be like James Bond when it comes to communicating secretly.
While SCOTUS debates LGBT rights and Facebook goes all red/pink stripey, real-world gay youth still battle many issues — and too often, they do it alone. Here’s how one hacker is trying to help.
While the Internet giants have become increasingly aggressive towards the notion of online anonymity, Vint Cerf says that the pseudonym still has its place. God bless him.
The money isn’t the issue; it’s the principle at stake — and Facebook said it’s going to fight back this time.
China is taking steps to abolish online anonymity by passing a law which requires citizens to identify themselves when signing up for internet and telecommunications services.
Burner launched today, an app that gives you one-off numbers that go dark after you’re done using them. But what happens when those numbers are used by criminals? The privacy-focused company says it is ready for those scenarios, and will comply with U.S. court orders.
A day after 4chan founder Christopher Poole argued for the importance of online anonymity (and even called Facebook’s approach “totally wrong”), online video star Felicia Day offered similar sentiments on-stage at the South by Southwest Interactive conference.
Christopher Poole, the founder of controversial online image board 4chan, outlined his vision for Web-based community today at the South by Southwest Interactive conference — and yes, his ideas are in pretty sharp contrast to those of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.