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An overview with some actionable tips for the non-techie.

Plus avoidthehack is mentioned somewhere in there. 👍

rd.com/article/anonymous-searc

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“…awareness of common law and contract rights in information and data is still underdeveloped, and Fourth Amendment analysis suffers for it.”

constitutioncenter.org/digital

RT @DalaiLama@twitter.com

Various emotions are part of our mind and part of our life. Jealousy that amounts to competitiveness can stimulate us to achieve more—then it’s good. When the result is that we try to harm others to beat them, it’s to be avoided.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/DalaiLama/status/1

RT @da_667
good luck, I'm behind 7 vpns, and all of them have sold you my userdata

RT @accountabletech
.@evan_greer is so right:

Part of the reason we don't have federal privacy laws, even though they're overwhelmingly popular, is because corporate lobbyists only support "watered down, industry-friendly laws that offer privacy in name only.”

An overview with some actionable tips for the non-techie.

Plus avoidthehack is mentioned somewhere in there. 👍

rd.com/article/anonymous-searc

RT @johnnyryan
Today we release (staggering) new data on the "RTB" online ads data breach.
“Real-Time Bidding” tracks and shares what people view online and their real-world movements 178 Trillion times a year in the U.S. & Europe.
iccl.ie/digital-data/iccl-repo

: Encryption back doors are dangerous and don’t work.

RT @ar_rothschild
The current owners of George Orwell's house have a ring camera. Incredible, 10/10 irony, no notes.

RT @Startpage
Signs you could benefit from using a private search engine:
1⃣ You can't escape annoying ads that follow you around
2⃣You're paranoid someone will read your search history
3⃣ Your search results and ads are a little too specific

Fantastic study and write-up by @GeorgetownCPT.

“ICE surveillance is broader than people realize. It is a dragnet.”

americandragnet.org

RT @evacide
I am always going to set fire to your legislative proposal to:

1. Backdoor encryption.
2. Legalize hacking back.
3. Require the use of real names online.

Transparency is for public institutions. is for the citizens.

RT @protonmail
Another Big Tech keynote is coming. Get ready for more privacy-washing. When Big Tech says they care about privacy, what they really mean is that nobody can exploit your data, except them.

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