Sean McGrath

Sean McGrath is the Editor at ProPrivacy.com. A trained journalist, he has worked for some of world’s leading publications and media outlets including ComputerWeekly, the BBC, PC Pro, InformationWeek, Alphr and Silicon.co.uk.

Over the years, he has  produced a wide range of content for well-known brands, including Microsoft, Dell EMC and Lenovo. He has contributed to a number of books including “Investigative Journalism: Dead or Alive” in which he outlined practical approaches for journalists looking to enter the world of data journalism.

Sean also contributed to several reports for a multi-nation science and technology research project. Funded by the Coalition Warfare Program, the MoLE project evaluated the capabilities of mobile learning tools to support collaboration in disaster relief zones.

He spent several years working closely with Save the Children and a number of other non-government organisations to raise awareness of the rights of young people and children in armed conflict. He has also worked as a researcher at the BBC for the Inside Out Special Investigation team.

He graduated with a first-class honours in Investigative Journalism & Research. His dissertation focused on UK military recruitment teams targeting low-income areas and won the John Pilger Award for Investigative Journalism.

Articles Written

5 Best VPNs for eMule that work in 2019

October 29, 2019

GDPR Report: The state of the VPN industry

August 5, 2019

Can we trust the Match Group cartel with our dating data?

June 3, 2019

4 Essential Tools You Need to Stay Private Online - The Best Privacy Tools

May 5, 2019

How to delete your browsing history in Microsoft Edge

February 27, 2019

Understanding incognito Browsing - Are you really private?

February 27, 2019

BestVPN.com reports - Thai internet users look to VPNs ahead of Social Media Crackdowns

February 7, 2019

VPN Review Scoring Criteria

February 1, 2019

The Biggest Privacy Scandals of 2018

December 10, 2018

Winter is coming: Game of Thrones carries the highest risk of containing malware, ProPrivacy study finds

September 26, 2018

The 50 Best Kodi Add-ons 2019 - How to Install Kodi Addons

June 25, 2018

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