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Privacy & Security

  • I Decided To Delete All My Facebook Activity, And It Was Incredibly Hard -
  • Phil_Factor: How To Hide Your Email: What Petraeus Did & What He Should Hav
  • Easily encrypt Gmail | Computerworld Blogs
  • Secure your digital self: auditing your cloud identity | Ars Technica
  • howtogeek: Secure Yourself by Using Two-Step Verification on These 16 Web S
  • Julian Assange: Cryptographic Call to Arms
  • The spy in your inbox | Ars Technica
  • Staying safe online: Using a password manager just isn’t enough | ExtremeTe
  • How much do Google and Facebook profit from your data? | Ars Technica
  • The Best Replacements for Privacy-Invading Services
  • Good Morning, Your Mac Keeps A Log Of All Your Downloads | Macgasm
  • Errata Security: I conceal my identity the same way Aaron was indicted for
  • 20 Facebook tips and tricks | Tecca
  • FBI to ACLU: Nope, we won’t tell you how, when, or why we track you | Ars T
  • Facebook Tries To Silence Blogger To Cover Up User Data Scandal [Updated]
  • Premera

    Online Advertising and Privacy

    CISA 2015

    Other Notes

    "Governments & corporations should not have a right to privacy, people should. So, essentially, the opposite of what we have now #futureshock"

    ""Until Snowden, we thought government and corporations were on our side regarding digital rights." Not anymore. @OSFChris at #NetGain"

    "All WHOIS data changes are logged by various companies. If your WHOIS privacy breaks, even for a day, you are unmasked forever. It's bad."

    Galperin's Law: "once you build a backdoor, you don't get to decide who walks through it."