More and more websites are adopting HTTPS encryption to protect their customers against eavesdropping and other forms of online snooping. However, a new report from UC Berkeley claims browsers still leak private personal data even when a website utilizes HTTPS.
How can websites and browsers come together to protect end user privacy?
Listen to episode 127 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Tim Erlin, Craig Young and Lamar Bailey discuss the difference between theoretical and legitimate security threats, why end-users can’t protect their own data, and why the Electronic Frontier Foundation still has the best privacy resources online.
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