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blackdog
6 days ago

Bleep is a messaging app by Bit-Torrent that just had the alpha go live for anyone who wants to try it out. It’s main selling point is that if you want to...

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dayzsunny
6 days ago

Is there a way to opt out or stop Facebook from using my browsing history for targeted advertising? I’m not comfortable with a company constantly looking...

TravisT
1 week ago

I’ve seen contradictory reports on whether there has been a breach of Google passwords. This is very important to me - I use Google services for everything...

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TheCount
1 week ago

A lot of people seem to think TOR is all about shady or illegal activity, which it is not although they aren’t entirely wrong either. What are some...

Tags: privacy, Tor, TOR network |
2 Answers |
penelope
3 weeks ago

I'm reading through an earlier question posted here and now am wondering if there's a way to tell if my company is monitoring my...

Tags: privacy |
8 Answers |
nbetolli
3 weeks ago

Verizon got hit with a $7.4 million dollar fine by the FCC for failing to tell customers that they could “opt out” of having the company use their personal...

Tags: FCC, fines, privacy, verizon |
1 Answer |
blackdog
5 weeks ago

How can I find which VPSs don’t keep logs?

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stylor
6 weeks ago

I’ve heard and read a few “sky is falling” discussions about the new Facebook Messenger app that Facebook is making mandatory for IMs. The main concern is...

jhotz
8 weeks ago

I understand that Snapchat is supposed to be a way to exchange private photos that self-destruct after a short period of time. Key words...

Tags: privacy, snapchat |
7 Answers |
owen
8 weeks ago

Is there a way to encrypt files stored on Google Drive?

9 Answers |
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