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2020 Parents and Privacy Survey by Startpage

Startpage survey finds parents feel more responsible than governments or schools for protecting their children on the web, but many don’t understand the true dangers and how to avoid them. Parents are overwhelmingly concerned that the web is watching their children, but many don’t realize the scale of the problem or know how to take […]

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Privacy News

An Overview from Startpage: GDPR & CCPA

What do we need to know about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)? Remember back in 2018, when your inbox was under an avalanche of privacy policy updates? If you live in California, you’ve probably noticed a similar surge as we carry on into 2020. All these updates are […]

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Are you shopping or being shopped?

Cyber Monday Shopping Without the Big Tech Stalking. You’ve done your research, you’ve been studying the online ads and even been perusing the newspaper ads for holiday deals. The day has finally arrived where, like holiday shoppers around the world, you’re ready to make your families and friends holidays with the perfect gifts you’re going […]

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Feeling thankful for freedom

While Thanksgiving is a holiday particular to the United States, we at Startpage cannot help but be doubly appreciative these days, given the global events happening even as you’re reading this. Across the globe, people are taking to the streets, fighting for rights that so many of us take for granted. News outlets and social […]

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Why Location is Everything for Privacy Services

Ray Walsh shares why US companies are at a privacy disadvantage in his article Why The US Must Leave Privacy-Providing Firms Alone. Walsh opens his article with the example of Riseup.net, a US-based email service known for its commitment to user privacy. US government agents visited Riseup in the fall of 2016 and demanded the […]

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