Top 5 Ways to protect your Digital Identity
Just went into the settings to delete my trail on my 2 year old account. As it seems, you can only delete post interactions 1 by 1 and the same goes for comments and all else.
While browsing a bit I found some extensions for both chrome and Firefox to delete those automatically 1 by 1 since mass deleting isn’t allowed (which Google offers). Thing is, those extensions are useless as Facebook changed in a way to prevent it.
As it is right now, the only way to mass delete your interactions is by deleting your Facebook (like I did), yet unlike Instagram that is automatically you have a 15 day period. Not to mention the emotional blackmail of Facebook showing your friends and saying they will miss you if you delete your account.
What kind of rotten people designs a thing like this, honestly?
Recently i searched my name on google and a website called socialblade refuses to remove my deleted youtube account from their website, they replied to me that google/youtube api provides the information.I also has some posts in google forums that i don’t like them anymore,these posts have no replies. Is there any way to delete my data from google, also data from my deleted accounts.
If one can send pictures or videos from their digital camera using wifi, does that mean that someone else can gain access to the pictures on the camera? Can the manufacturer easily view what’s on people’s cameras?
Just curious here, how much can you secure standard everyday tech against nation-state level attacks? So how effectively can you protect.
Your laptop (assuming carry it with you all the time as evil maid attacks are very likely with such an adversary)
Your PGP key (if stored on a yubikey, could NSA solder open the key and forensically examine the chips?)
This is all hypothetical, I’m not a Snowden but I’ve just watched Enemy Of The State and wondered how Robert and Bril would protect themselves today.