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For popular messengers such as Telegram, Signal and WhatsApp, there are quite a few alternative clients (not to be confused with clients as in (human) customers; whoever opted this confusing language needs a good talking to) out there. Such modified apps — known as mods — often provide users with features and capabilities that aren’t […]

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Short links are everywhere these days. All these bit.ly, ow.ly, t.co, t.me, tinyurl.com and the like have long since become a familiar part of the online landscape. So familiar, in fact, that most users click on them without thinking twice. But thinking is never a bad thing. With that in mind, we explain below how […]

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As you’ve probably heard, Mark Zuckerberg has launched a Twitter competitor that goes by the name of Threads. So, let’s have a look at how things are with privacy there. What is Threads and how does it operate? Threads is not a fully independent social network. Technically, it’s a continuation of Instagram, hived off into […]

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