Tracking Privacy: Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Privatis_Tracking_Privacy_SQ_White Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web.

Whisper, Secret, and Snapchat leaks show that fake privacy is almost worse than no privacy at all. [Venture Beat]

This week The Pirate Bay replaced its frontpage logo to promote a new VPN service, FrootVPN, driving 100,000 new customers to the startup. FrootVPN currently offers its services for free. [Torent Freak]

A computer scientist at Northeastern University, says prices online are “super subjective” and vary according to your past clicks and purchases or whether you’re shopping on a mobile phone. [Scientific American]

A review of the Blackphone, a privacy-focused smartphone which was released earlier this year. [Techie Oasis]

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