Tor is the world’s largest and most well-known “onion router” network. Tor offers a degree of anonymity that has made it a popular tool of journalists, dissidents, and everyday Internet users who are trying to avoid government or corporate censorship (as well as Internet drug lords and child pornographers). But one thing that it doesn’t offer is speed.
The XKeyscore software collects the contents and metadata from emails, online chats and Web browsing history for virtually anyone.
A Guardian report has revealed that NSA training materials openly said that the XKeyscore system, which it says formed a significant part of its PRISM surveillance activities disclosed by Edward Snowden last month, collected massive amounts of data, including the contents and the metadata of emails and chats.
The stats in this chart show how the numbers stack up against each other.
Television viewing and web browsing dropped while time spent using mobile apps rose about 35 percent this year, according to a new report on U.S. trends by mobile analytics firm Flurry.
The iPad also comprises 2.1 percent of browsing in the U.S.
Apple first launched its popular iPad a little over a year ago, and the tablet now accounts for 1 percent of global Web browsing, according to data from NetMarketShare.