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Amazon’s Alexa will now butler at Marriott hot…

Amazon’s Alexa will now butler at Marriott hotels:

Amazon’s Alexa will now butler at Marriott hotels

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Amazon’s Alexa will now butler at Marriott hot…

Amazon’s Alexa will now butler at Marriott hotels:

Amazon’s Alexa will now butler at Marriott hotels

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What is RYF Certification and why you should c…

What is RYF Certification and why you should care:

What is RYF Certification and why you should care

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One time travel can screw all your privacy pol…

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Is Hooktube really trustworthy with your priva…

I gave it a shot tonight but noticed it was connecting to cloudfare, one of the biggest trackers being.

Watching YouTube videos is a must in having a good online experience to me but using the regular Youtube makes me really paranoid.

Has anyone got something better than Hooktube over there?

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Best cloud storage for auto upload android pho…

Hey, what’s the best cloud drive for photo backup? I like to use cryptomator but there is no auto upload function. So I use boxcryptor ( idk it is a good choice? It’s closed source) I want to find a good storage that can automatically upload my personal photos from my android phone, when I lose my device or break it. What do you use for this? Many thanks!

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Technical question about file uploads/fileshar…

Hello,

I have a technical question about the procedure of uploading a file to a filehost (e.g. like MEGA, Googledrive, or even the more privacy-friendly ones, basically ANY filehost).

My question is not about the file itself, I know that you should encrypt it one way or another if you want to be safe.

Instead my question aims at the moment you click the “Browse…”-button (or whatever it’s called on the filehost website) and look on your computer for the file you want to upload and allow the filehost website to access it.

In that process, does the website get any access to information about my computer, or does the browser limit the access to the file only (like I presume)?

(I know that the website itself probably collects information about your PC, browser, etc., but I want to know about that very process when uploading a file. I hope what I wrote is comprehensible.)

Thank you.

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Avira Privacy Pal – Do you have an opinion on …

Avira Privacy Pal – Do you have an opinion on it?:

Avira Privacy Pal – Do you have an opinion on it?

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Setup a YouTube channel to help and inform oth…

Hello Reddits,

Recently there came an idea up. But I want to make things sure before I begin the adventure. My first question is. Would it be relevant/interesting to start up a YouTube channel about online privacy? That informs other people about actual cases. Giving tutorials/example video’s. For example about switching to another mailprovider like Tutanota? Or how things work? It would be very interesting to get your opinions and thoughts about this idea.

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Anybody know what’s happening over at Copperhe…

What used to be Copperhead OS’s technical twitter has now been replaced / taken over?

It seems as though there is some dispute between Daniel Micay and James Donaldson.

Statement from Daniel: “Copperhead as a company doesn’t share the goals and vision of this project and will not be involved in future endeavors. There is an attempt by James Donaldson to gain control over this project to pursue typical infosec industry rent seeking but can assure you it won’t succeed.”

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And has also posted these documents:

(A) https://paste.xinu.at/RrWPGW/

(B) https://paste.xinu.at/MBEyCM/

What does this mean for CopperheadOS and Copperhead as a company?

That James Donaldson is just using infosec and privacy as marketing and selling points and Daniel is trying to stop this from happening?

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