How innovators in cryptocurrency and beyond are fighting to restore digital privacy – just as governments and corporations endanger what’s left of it.
How innovators are fighting to restore digital privacy – before governments and corporations snuff it.
Central bank digital currencies, on the other hand, are financial surveillance on steroids. This op-ed is part a CoinDesk's Privacy Week. Murtaza Hussain is a national security reporter at The Intercept.
In cybersecurity the term “honeypot” refers to a trap for hackers. But what does it mean in the context of on-chain analytics? This story is part of CoinDesk’s Privacy Week series.
A CoinDesk review of privacy policies from two dozen major crypto exchanges found the industry collects a wealth of personal information about users. Some disclose more about their practices than others.
Is pseudonymity really viable in crypto? asks a veteran Canadian bitcoiner following this week's Wonderland scandal.
Two years on, FATF is getting impatient. But privacy-conscious crypto users are in no hurry to see the regulation implemented.
Privacy-preserving cryptocurrencies come with stigma and added expense, VC Haseeb Qureshi writes for CoinDesk's "Privacy Week."
“I have zero hope at a policy level,” says the whistleblower turned security consultant. “This is a cultural issue.” This interview is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week.
Behavior modeling is the flywheel of the digital economy - and it's making us all stupid, boring, and neurotic.
Web 3 must be private by default, Tor Bair of the Secret Foundation writes for CoinDesk’s Privacy Week.
Zcash has seen ZKP breakthroughs, its first halving and progress toward further scalability. This feature is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week.
Marta Belcher breaks down what you need to know about the Fourth Amendment, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and Section 6050i of the tax code. This op-ed is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week.
Volume data suggests crypto coin mixing is not as prevalent as one might think. This article is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week.
Zero-knowledge proofs will do for blockchains what encryption did for Web 1.0, says EY's blockchain leader. This post is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week.
Looking for legal ways to buy BTC or other cryptocurrencies without attaching your name to it? Here are some options. This post is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week.
Here’s what a day in the life would look like if we nail privacy infrastructure, fix the policy and squash the forces behind that “creepy feeling.” This post is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week.
From using bitcoin and monero to updating your computer's operating system, Seth for Privacy presents 10 security tips for CoinDesk's "Privacy Week."
For privacy to take off, it needs to stop being the value proposition. It's got to be a gift people don't notice. Think apps first, privacy second, futurist Dan Jeffries writes for CoinDesk's Privacy Week.
Digicash inventor David Chaum weighs in on the founding principles Web 3 needs. This post is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week series.
Mainstream adoption of DeFi tools will require far more secrecy, but not too much secrecy, and the right sort of secrecy, says CoinDesk columnist J.P. Koning. This post is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week.
The public is wising up to the harms of surveillance. Investors see opportunity, but activists say fixing privacy requires more than new widgets. This article is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week.
Can open, immutable blockchains ever meet GDPR's privacy requirements? This article is part of CoinDesk's Privacy "Week."
The upgrade could give the network a much-anticipated privacy boost once its effects ripple throughout the ecosystem.
Privacy coins built on their own blockchains have a firm hold within the larger cryptocurrency community, even as regulators and exchanges seek to limit their adoption. This post is part of CoinDesk's Privacy Week series.
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Lawbreakers can run, but not hide, in transparent cryptocurrency networks, argues Gartner cybersecurity expert Avivah Litan.
Roman Semenov says Tornado Cash is designed so a third-party can’t control it.