People are increasingly seeking to protect their private data. At the same time, many governments block websites they don't want their citizens to access. Zenmate is a startup that sells encryption and VPN services that anonymize users.
Many African governments have taken to censoring a variety of apps and sites, especially around election time. But people across the continent are increasingly seeking out ways to work around the blocks.
Censorship affects countless millions worldwide. Now a group of international broadcasters has launched a website designed to help users bypass blocks. DW's Guido Baumhauer discusses why Deutsche Welle got involved.
What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? We may be witnessing the answer with Apple, a long-time privacy advocate, acceding to Chinese demands on access to its iCloud services in the country.
Turkish authorities have blocked access to the popular online encyclopedia Wikipedia. No official reason was given, but local media said the move was related to associating Turkey with terrorism.
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