Adblock Plus and AdBlock are widely used, with tens of millions of people worldwide who depend on them every day to improve their internet experience
eyeo and Fractal team up to tackle privacy challenges At the beginning of 2021, we launched Crumbs, our latest privacy-first product, which allows users to have transparent and visualized control of their data. This was our response to not only one of the largest needs and user requested functionalities in our present online reality, but…
I had never planned to be a full time mom. When I was 5 months pregnant with my first child, I signed my contract with eyeo.
eyeo’s COO Jutta Horstmann shares her winning formula for setting up a diverse leadership team.
Jutta Horstmann spricht im Rahmen der Interviewreihe “Frauen in der Tech-Branche” mit dem eco-Verband der Internetwirtschaft über Role Models, ihre spannendsten Aufgaben als COO und wie Tech-Unternehmen es endlich schaffen können mehr Führungspositionen mit Frauen zu besetzen.
In the era of online tracking and micro targeting, all kinds of organizations want to record and monitor your online activities for various purposes. Open source allows people who have no financial or other interests in the software to guarantee that this software effectively protects your privacy.
Every year on the 9th of February we celebrate Safer Internet Day. eyeo is a company striving to protect user choice, privacy and security. We created a suite of products that can help you stay private and safe on the internet and surf the web the way you want to do it.
Crumbs is finally here. Crumbs is the best free privacy protection available online. It is a browser technology layer providing enhanced privacy protection, which enables users to take control over their online identity while providing advertisers with a data-driven, programmatic ad-serving engine.
The web browser is a powerful tool. It is basically the software application for accessing information on the World Wide Web. Whenever surfing the web, a user leaves a record of the websites they visit, along with each and every thing they click.
As we’ve shown in part-one of this blog, the history of privacy has brought us to a modern-day inflection point where users want more privacy while advertisers increasingly require more sophisticated user profiling to fund the content users consume. What is the state of things now? How are things changing, and how should they change?