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EncryptedList - a collective list of products & services that offer zero-knowledge or end-to-end encryption
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from encryptedlist.xyz
It turns out that Juggalo makeup blocks facial recognition technology
submitted 4 years ago by Mnemonic from consequenceofsound.net
Email Cleaner: Clean tracking links and pixels from email newsletters
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from bengtan.com
Tiarap - Privacy-First Free DNS Resolver. Block over 275K: ads, ad-tracking, malware and phising domains. No Logging, dns0x20, No ECS, DNSSEC Validation.
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from doh.tiar.app
DuckDuckGo just passed 100,000,000 searches in a day
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from twitter.com
The CIA Spied on People Through Their Smart TVs, Leaked Documents Reveal
submitted 4 years ago by Drewski from vice.com
Former Mozilla exec: Google has sabotaged Firefox for years | ZDNet
submitted 4 years ago by useless_aether from zdnet.com
Microsoft: Companies "no longer comfortable" storing data in Australia after controversial encryption law
submitted 4 years ago by ikidd from datacenterdynamics.com
Pentagon testing mass surveillance balloons across the US
submitted 4 years ago by Drewski from theguardian.com
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is representing an anonymous Reddit commenter who is facing an abusive copyright claim from the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, a group that publishes doctrines for Jehovah’s Witnesses
submitted 4 years ago by useless_aether from eff.org
No wonder Reddit pushes you so hard to use their app. This is after only a few hours of use ...
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from i.imgur.com
Ebay is port scanning visitors to their website - and they aren't the only ones
submitted 3 years ago by whistlepig from blog.nem.ec
Why is a 22GB database containing 56 million US folks' personal details sitting on the open internet using a Chinese IP address? Seriously, why?
submitted 3 years ago by useless_aether from theregister.co.uk
Use of Controversial Surveillance Techniques by UK Police is Being Challenged in Landmark Court Case
submitted 4 years ago by Kangbanger from theweek.co.uk
Facebook's New Libra Currency is the 'Most Invasive and Dangerous Form of Surveillance Ever Designed'
submitted 4 years ago by Stankmango from independent.co.uk
Brave's founder: DuckDuckGo's Browser not only allows cookies from Microsoft's trackers, but also allows users to be tracked via URLs
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from ghacks.net
Google quietly started logging people into Chrome without their consent
submitted 5 years ago by noah from businessinsider.com.au
Verizon overrides users’ opt-out preferences in push to collect browsing history
submitted 1 year ago by Drewski from arstechnica.com
Use the DuckDuckGo Extension to Block FLoC, Google’s New Tracking Method in Chrome
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from spreadprivacy.com
Browsers benchmark with DuckDuckGo privacy extension
Quick Sync Me - secure peer-to-peer file transfer in your browser
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from quicksync.me
Bad news: 'unblockable' web trackers emerge. Good news: Firefox with uBlock Origin can stop it. Chrome, not so much
submitted 4 years ago by useless_aether from theregister.co.uk
dnscrypt-proxy-modns - fork of dnscrypt-proxy to implement a multiple-relay-based DNS anonymization protocol
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from github.com
TorBox is an easy to use, anonymizing router based on a Raspberry Pi. It creates a separate WiFi that routes the encrypted network data over the Tor network.
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from torbox.ch
In this Twitter exchange, jetBlue explains to a passenger how it got a photo of her face -- from the DHS [DHS= Department of Homeland security]
submitted 4 years ago by Mnemonic from boingboing.net
Google is sued for auto-installing Covid “spyware” on people’s phones
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from reclaimthenet.org
Surveillance Self-Defense - an expert guide to protecting you and your friends from online spying
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from ssd.eff.org
stealthify - use Stealth as a Proxy for better Privacy
Fix Windows 10 Privacy can disable approximately 130 rules to protect your privacy
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from modzero.github.io
Microsoft Contractors Listened to Xbox Owners in Their Homes
submitted 4 years ago by Kangbanger from vice.com
"If your smartphone is an extension of your mind, then it should have the same legal protections as your brain"
submitted 4 years ago by [deleted] from aeon.co
Privacy for the win! Startpage.com defeats Google and Bing to become best search engine
submitted 4 years ago by useless_aether from betanews.com
Lockdown Privacy - block trackers, ads, and badware — in all your apps. Free and open source.
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from lockdownprivacy.com
email-untracker: Get rid of tracking links and spy pixels (self-hosted)
OptMeowt lets you easily opt out of data selling and tracking
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from privacytechlab.org
Gladys - a privacy-first, open-source home assistant
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from gladysassistant.com
Private messaging apps - use a messaging app that's not controlled by a big tech giant
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from reclaimthenet.org
Hackers Hijacked ASUS Software Updates to Install Backdoors on Thousands of Computers
submitted 4 years ago by ikidd from motherboard.vice.com
The FBI somehow obtained the IP address of someone who allegedly visited an ISIS-related site on the dark web. The DOJ is blocking discussion of the issue from entering the public docket.
submitted 10 months ago by neolib from vice.com
Telegram has released user data to German Feds in multiple cases
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from twitter.com
Today Google is turning on activity tracking for many users that had it turned off previously.
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from tutanota.com
Sartox - For a better world and better privacy
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from b3rap.neocities.org
humanID is an anonymous, bot-resistant online login for safer online communities
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from human-id.org
Scott Alexander: "NYT Is Threatening My Safety By Revealing My Real Name, So I Am Deleting The Blog"
submitted 3 years ago by r721 from slatestarcodex.com
Google sued over tracking user location data without consent
submitted 3 years ago by jamesK_3rd from files.catbox.moe
"When we watch TV, our TVs watch us back and track our habits. This practice has exploded recently since it hasn’t faced much public scrutiny […]"
submitted 4 years ago by Mnemonic from threadreaderapp.com
Edward Snowden wants to come home: "I'm not asking for a pass. What I'm asking for is a fair trial"
submitted 4 years ago by r721 from cbsnews.com
fb now forces its users to upload a face photo before being able to access their account
submitted 4 years ago by useless_aether from i0.wp.com
Most apps used in US classrooms share students' personal data with advertisers, researchers find
submitted 11 months ago by [deleted] from cyberscoop.com
The Netherlands wants to monitor all payments above 100 euros: “Opens the door to unprecedented mass surveillance”.
submitted 11 months ago by [deleted] from malwaretips.com
Norway to Track All Supermarket Purchases
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from lifeinnorway.net
Man wrongfully arrested because of incorrect facial recognition from software
submitted 1 year ago by magnora7 from abcnews.go.com
Protect your email address against spam and improve your visitor's email experience by replacing your mailto links with a personal and unique Mailto.id email link
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from mailto.id
Office 365 declared illegal in German schools due to privacy risks
submitted 4 years ago by Mnemonic from arstechnica.com
EFF’s New ‘Threat Lab’ Dives Deep into Surveillance Technologies—And Their Use and Abuse
Need a fake profile pic for your new account? At notarealhuman.com and you'll get a fresh and unique picture randomly generated by an AI
submitted 4 years ago by useless_aether from notarealhuman.com
Google wants to monitor your mental health. You should welcome it into your mind; How ABout No.
submitted 5 years ago by Jesus from telegraph.co.uk
You Gave Facebook Your Number For Security. They Used It For Ads.
submitted 5 years ago by noah from eff.org
The “Location Off” switch on your phone is a lie.
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from gabrielsieben.tech
In Argentina, getting a new SIM card will now require giving up biometric data
submitted 10 months ago by [deleted] from reclaimthenet.org
Appliance makers sad that 50% of customers won’t connect smart appliances
submitted 10 months ago by [deleted] from arstechnica.com
German ISPs are considering the introduction of TrustPid, a new type of “supercookie” that comprises of a unique identifier which will be issued for each customer that will be able to track what that customer is doing online.
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from blog.malwarebytes.com
"I’m wondering if that was a factor in moving Google Maps from http://maps.google.com to http://google.com/maps: If you give Maps access to your current location then Google’s search engine can also access it."
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from mobile.twitter.com
Solitude is an open source privacy analysis tool that enables you to conduct your own privacy investigations into where your private data goes once it leaves your web browser or mobile device.
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from research.nccgroup.com
Signed As Law: Vermont Bans Police Use of Facial Recognition Technology
submitted 3 years ago by Drewski from blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com
Is tracking users via CSS evil?
submitted 3 years ago by [deleted] from underjord.io
Today, For the first time, I genuinely felt like my privacy was breached. Here's what happened.
submitted 3 years ago by [deleted] from old.reddit.com
Alternative Social Networks: Replacements For Twitter and Reddit
submitted 4 years ago by greyone from greycoder.com
submitted 5 years ago by [deleted] from nomoregoogle.com
Court rules automakers can record and intercept owner text messages
submitted 26 days ago by Drewski from therecord.media
Apple Has Begun Scanning Your Local Image Files Without Consent
submitted 10 months ago by [deleted] from sneak.berlin
The Yellow Onion is a curated directory of onion services.
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from yellowonion.org
Barack Obama proposes “modifications” to online anonymity when people are “rude, obnoxious, cruel, or lie”
LibreWolf Browser is a Firefox fork that focuses on privacy, security, and freedom
submitted 1 year ago by LarrySwinger2 from librewolf.net
23andMe collected people's DNA under the guise of one purpose but will monetize it for another
submitted 2 years ago by Drewski from reclaimthenet.org
NordVPN is total horseshit.
submitted 3 years ago by Jesus-Christ from self.privacy
It's been known for quite some time that Smart TVs send back telemetry to their manufacturers, when connected to the internet. Here is the current list of servers that Samsung is sending data to.
submitted 3 years ago by [deleted] from factory-reset.com
Avast Online Security and Avast Secure Browser are spying on you
submitted 4 years ago by Drewski from palant.de
The sound of silence is actually the sound of a malicious smart speaker app listening in on you
White House Now Thinks Harvesting Fitness Tracker Data Could Stop The Next Mass Shooting
submitted 4 years ago by Mnemonic from techdirt.com
Some High Schools now requiring clear backpacks?
submitted 5 years ago * by magnora7 from self.privacy
Reddit sends what you type into submission body before clicking submit button for "validation purposes"
submitted 17 days ago * by orangered from self.privacy
New York police will use drones to monitor backyard parties this weekend, spurring privacy concerns
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from news.yahoo.com
Subscription users of X, formerly Twitter, will need to send a selfie and copy of ID to an Israeli verification company.
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from aljazeera.com
Another reason for not using Edge: it wants to take screenshots of every webpage you visit
submitted 4 months ago by [deleted] from neowin.net
Police warrant orders Ring to provide man's home footage
submitted 9 months ago by Drewski from theregister.com
Privacy-focused Brave Search grew by 5,000% in its first year
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from gadgeteer.co.za
Why you should stop using SMS
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from protonmail.com
Why You Should Avoid DuckDuckGo 2021 Edition, Now Microsoft-Hosted and With Extra Privacy Risks
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from techrights.org
TorBox - a hidden mailbox service only accessible from TOR
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from torbox36ijlcevujx7mjb4oiusvwgvmue7jfn2cvutwa6kl6to3uyqad.onion
anonmail is a OnionMail server
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from wc2eyfmw7wrwomf4.onion
Firefox 87 trims HTTP Referrers by default to protect user privacy
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from blog.mozilla.org
nsupdate.info is a dynamic dns service that is simple, usable, free, friendly, secure and respects your privacy.
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from nsupdate.info
The Right To Being Anonymous Online Must Be Defended
submitted 3 years ago by Drewski from youtube.com
Nitter Is A Privacy Focused Twitter Front-End
submitted 3 years ago by CompleteDoubterII from nitter.net
How You Unlock Your Phone May Determine if Police Can Access It Without Your Consent
submitted 3 years ago by [deleted] from ronpaulinstitute.org
Facebook is surveillance monster feeding on our personal data - Richard Stallman (RT)
submitted 4 years ago by sawboss from youtube.com
Researchers Create Fake Profiles on 24 Health Apps and Learn Most Are Sharing Your Data
submitted 4 years ago by useless_aether from gizmodo.com
This Year We Realized that All of Our Data was Stolen
submitted 4 years ago by useless_aether from nextgov.com
DIY $170 Cell Phone
submitted 5 years ago by [deleted] from indiegogo.com