Privacy Blog

"Friends don’t let friends get spied on.' – Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and longtime advocate of privacy in technology.

How to Make Your Own Personal VPN in Under 30 Minutes

Quick, relatively easy, and often cheaper than paying a company to use their VPN service. Even better, because it is your own private VPN, you don’t have to worry about the VPN provider stealing your personal information or inserting ads into the web sites you visit. The downside is that this process requires a little bit of technical typing on the keyboard in terminal mode. However, the step-by-step instructions by […]

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What Is Tor – How Does Tor Work – How to Use Tor

For years, the Tor Network has provided secure communications for journalists, businesses, investors, and private citizens alike. According to Wikipedia: “The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has called Tor “the king of high-secure, low-latency Internet anonymity”, and BusinessWeek magazine has described it as “perhaps the most effective means of defeating the online surveillance efforts of intelligence agencies around the world”. Other media have described Tor as “a sophisticated privacy tool”, […]

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Blockchain Communication: The Future of Security and Privacy: Debrief

Built on the Debrief Network, Debrief is the most secure business communication dApp in the industry with specific features to increase data privacy, increase efficiency, engage clients, and grow business opportunities. Debrief is a communication network solution that reduces the costs incurred for security and truly secures sensitive business and personal data on the blockchain. Debrief is in its infancy right now. In other words, it is not yet well-known […]

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The Best VPN Services for 2020

Mark Coppock has obviously performed a lot of testing of the leading VPN providers and has published his results in an article in the Digital Trends web site. He writes: “Online security is important today than ever before. One common method for protecting yourself online is the use of a Virtual Private Network — or VPN for short. It allows you to safely send information when using public networks via […]

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New Warning Issued For All WhatsApp And iMessage Users: ‘Major Threat’ To Encryption

Big Brother wants to spy on you everywhere, all of the time. The Electronic Frontier Foundation warns “imagine an internet where the law requires every message sent to be read by government-approved scanning software. The privacy and security of all users will suffer if U.S. law enforcement achieves its dream of breaking encryption.” The fight between the providers of encrypted messaging platforms and lawmakers has entered a serious new phase. […]

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