Period tracker apps – where does your data end up?
More and more women use a period tracker: an app that keeps track of your menstrual cycle. However, these apps do not always treat the intimate data that you share with them carefully. An app that notifies you when to expect your period or when you are fertile can be useful, for example to predict […]
The Bulgarian EU Council presidency & the latest assault on ePrivacy
In January 2018, the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU) picked up where the Estonian Presidency left off on the ePrivacy Regulation. It issued two examinations of the last Estonian “compromise” proposal and asked national delegations for guidance on some issues. Together, the documents cover most of the key points of […]
#4 Freedom not to be manipulated: How to fight weapons of math destruction*
This is the fourth blogpost of our series dedicated to privacy, security and freedoms. In the next weeks, we will explain how your freedoms are under threat, and what you can do to fight back.