@Gargron Let's imagine that Twitter and Facebook were China platforms and USA politicians had an account on them and discussed internal politics and if they sad something which was not in line of those companies and China Communist Party then they could be banned. How would USA politicians would behave then?
WhatsApp users beware: the app will now force users to agree to share data (i.e. phone numbers, other people’s numbers stored in address books, location, etc.) w/Facebook (even if you've previously opted out).
Time to switch to @signalapp!
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/DuckDuckGo/status/1347555409859670018
How VPNs Took Over YouTube https://youtu.be/bv5-A39EVtk via @YouTube@twitter.com VPNs don't protect your data and privacy, they are only useful for getting around firewalls.
Deleting Facebook permanently, I encourage you to do the same - https://blog.spacehey.com/entry?id=4054
For some reason I’m getting this error. Any Idea why? I’ve tried maybe 3-4 times so not too many I hope...
First Mozilla saved us from Microsoft's Internet Explorer and now they're saving us from Google Chrome. And we're saving you from Gmail and Google Calendar. https://www.theverge.com/tech/2020/2/26/21153525/firefox-dns-encryption-amazon-go-browsing-shopping-privacy
😃👉 Check out all recommended alternatives: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/how-to-leave-google-gmail/
Posts about your children matter. Remember that if you post it, the likelihood of someone finding it, even far in the future, is likely.
Making a conscious effort to treat their online identity with respect is a great way to ensure what YOU post does not come back to haunt them.
Don’t be a Google. Don’t be a Facebook. Be the most private you possible when it comes to your kids.
A good watch for you guys!
“Seven ways the media sure is freaking out about Bernie Sanders”
Yet another article from an ex-Googler highlighting the culture change at the company. Yes, "don't be evil" is a thing from the past.
And if you'd like a sneak peek...
1. Update your software
2. Update your privacy settings
3. Download DuckDuckGo on all your devices
4. Use a password manager
5. Set up two-factor authentication
Learn more in our easy guide: https://spreadprivacy.com/privacy-resolutions-for-2020/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/DuckDuckGo/status/1206587241843183619
In the market for a new TV? You might notice low prices, but that's because companies are after something more valuable to them than your money... your data.
Use this guide to learn how to opt out of TV tracking: https://www.consumerreports.org/privacy/how-to-turn-off-smart-tv-snooping-features/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/DuckDuckGo/status/1204774588724334592
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