Category: inte

How To Shop Safely On Black Friday And Cyber M…

How To Shop Safely On Black Friday And Cyber Monday:

How To Shop Safely On Black Friday And Cyber Monday

Is there a good online alternative to Google P…

I’m looking for an online alternative not just syncthing. I prefer it to be a dedicated photo storage since what I want is to be able to view the photos I uploaded the same way in Google Phots. There’s been a recent change in Flickr’s privacy policy, do you guys think it’s good enough?

I need a Windows 7 alternative of O&O Shut…

Anything that’s basically push a button to instantly disable/remove all the telemetry and spyware will do. Thanks

How To Install Whonix-Gateway on the Raspberry…

How To Install Whonix-Gateway on the Raspberry Pi 3:

How To Install Whonix-Gateway on the Raspberry Pi 3

19 States Voting Records Being Sold on the Dee…

19 States Voting Records Being Sold on the Deep Web:

19 States Voting Records Being Sold on the Deep Web

Self Hosted mail, pw-manager, etc. And OS ques…

I have an always on server at home, with encrypted harddrives running a mail server and calendar. I’m planning to add a self hosted encrypted password manager to it, so i can sync multiple devices. Everything is only accessible by https via my own domain name. How good is this for privacy (and security)? Should I be using a trusted company’s system instead?And another question, I would really like to switch to a linux distro, but the thing holding me back are games… I play a lot of games that are only available on windows, and while WINE does exists it never seems to work reliable enough. I know about GPU passthrough but my cpu has no iGPU so I cant use that. What are my options in this case? Dualbooting is not really useful since the main thing i use that particular computer for is gaming.Any feedback is highly appreciated.

GiffGaff’s privacy policy: terrible or just no…

I have just read GiffGaff’s privacy policy: https://www.giffgaff.com/boiler-plate/privacy​Even though in the UK there’s this obligation for ISPs to keep your data (such as browsing history) for 12 months, this privacy policy seemed to me scarier than usual.For instance, it states that personal data such as browsing history may be used in personalised ways for improving their products and services:Analyse information about you including your calling, searching, browsing and location data on a personalised or aggregated basis.So this information is not recorded only for the legal requirement, but for their business as well.​Should I be worried or are those standard clauses for mobile ISPs in the UK?

A thread about my Google DoubleClick essay/ove…

A thread about my Google DoubleClick essay/overview:

A thread about my Google DoubleClick essay/overview

Which LInux Distros are more fingerprintable/u…

Want to know which ones will not stand out . If I visit your site I don’t want you to say “Interesting Person Y who is buying socks is currently using ‘privacy focused distro’ to buy a pair of socks!”