The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) has just announced Open Effect as one of the funding recipients of its Community Investment Program.
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I’m excited to announce that Open Effect is among the recipients of The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada’s 2015-16 Contributions Program. The program seeks to fund independent Canadian privacy and security research. Over the next year, we will research the privacy and security of a range of wearable fitness trackers.
Our recent report on the state of the internet advertising industry’s adoption of the HTTPS secure data transmission protocol was featured in two media reports earlier this week
TrackerSSL is a Google Chrome Extension that lets you know who is tracking you, and whether or not that tracking could be done more securely. The extension monitors all third party connections made by the websites you visit. It lets you know what percentage of third party trackers on a given page could support secure transmission of your web browsing habits, if the web page itself was only served securely through HTTPS.