Privacy

Google Privacy

How to build your own PRIVATE search engine and ditch Google

Start building your own search engine RIGHT NOW with NetworkChuck He will not only going to show you how to make your own search engine using Searx, he’s going to show you how to create your own private and secure search engine so you can keep these pesky tech giants like Google, Microsoft, and Facebook […]

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Privacy

The MOST private MAP apps!

The big G Maps is by far the most downloaded navigation app in the US and for good reason. Invading your privacy and surveilling you helps them provide better services. Their entire business model revolves around collecting huge amounts of information about you and selling it to advertisers. What are some more private alternatives? Naomi […]

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Privacy Security Windows

Can the NSA Read Your Data on Windows?

Why does Windows contain the NSAKEY, what is it for, and why was it inserted into Windows during Windows NT Service Pack 5?

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Privacy Security

Privacy Travel Tips: How To Keep Your Data Private If Your Phone Is Seized

Traveling with digital devices can be risky — sometimes phones or laptops are seized as you’re going through security, they can be scanned, and a whole bunch of personal data taken from them. This includes your private photos, passwords to email accounts, and even your 2FA seeds. For anyone who wants to maximize privacy, here […]

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Privacy

They’re not SELLING your data. It’s MUCH worse…

Noami Brockwell explains the bold claim on a certain search engine’s website. It says on the Big G’s website: ‘We do not sell your personal information to anyone’” The truth is, they ARE SHARING your personal and sensitive information, and being compensated handsomely in return. But what’s ACTUALLY going on in this exchange is far […]

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Privacy Windows

Does Windows have Back Doors?

Retired Microsoft engineer Davepl discusses “back doors” in Windows, the implications, and how the software developer protects against such attacks from rogues, hackers, and nation-states. Understand how back doors are like the Follina zero-day exploit in Office, giving complete control of the system to the attacker.

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Privacy Windows

Is Microsoft about to Force Telemetry Upon Us?

Apparently, it will be required soon to have an internet connection AND a Microsoft account just to install Windows.

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Privacy Windows

What Data Does Windows 10 Send to Microsoft?

Your Windows 10 installation is probably sending quite a bit of information to Microsoft. Just what sorts of things are being sent, and could they be used to identify you or your activities?

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Microsoft Privacy Security

The Future of Privacy and Security

Robert Sim, Principal Research Manager, Microsoft Research Redmond talks about the future of privacy and security. Security and privacy are key components to building trust in the technologies that we use, whether that be for applications for individuals, businesses, or in government. As new challenges and threats emerge in this area, we need to rely […]

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