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May 26, 2020
DNS-over-https is long overdue -- but people still need Internet privacy tools
News that Chrome and Firefox will adopt default encryption of DNS requests is a step forward for privacy -- but not a panacea
May 1, 2020
Defending freedom in the time of coronavirus
The world is in the grip of a pandemic. Governments are reacting in different ways, but a common thread that’s emerging is a trend toward greater surveillance and restrictions on movement.
Apr 29, 2020
Can you be tracked using a VPN?
How Orchid can help users avoid online surveillance
Apr 28, 2020
Why Internet privacy matters more than ever
How Orchid is working to restore online privacy for people and businesses
Apr 8, 2020
How Orchid improves privacy using a public blockchain
Orchid is an incentivized privacy network, Open Source project, and consumer VPN service aimed to deliver new levels of privacy. But what does privacy mean? How private is Orchid, which relies on pseudo-anonymous payments on Ethereum?
Mar 30, 2020
Orchid's tips for protecting your privacy while working from home
Privacy is like hygiene: establishing good habits and using the right products can help keep you safe while working from home
Jan 28, 2020
It’s #DataPrivacyDay. Ethereal and Orchid are committed to realizing its promise.
As we recognize Data Privacy Day this year, we’re excited to announce that we’ve joined forces with Ethereal as their official privacy partner.
Jan 21, 2020
Get hopping faster: Making privacy easier with QR codes
At Orchid, we’re committed to growing the privacy network so anyone, anywhere can access the Orchid VPN. That’s why we’re excited to announce an improvement to our user interface that simplifies our users’ first steps to get Orchid up and running.
Dec 16, 2019
Orchid’s Privacy Network Launches
Start using the decentralized VPN at Orchid.com
Nov 10, 2019
Why Ordinary People Are Turning to VPNs
As governments and corporations around the world move to control our online experiences, VPN usage worldwide is growing at an astronomical pace. But along with this growth, misconceptions about what type of—and why—people are using the technology still abound.