Category: Net Neut

Australia’s Encryption-Cracking Law Could Impa…

Australia’s Encryption-Cracking Law Could Impact Global Privacy:

Australia’s Encryption-Cracking Law Could Impact Global Privacy

Why every super paranoid internet user needs a…

Why every super paranoid internet user needs a cheap Chromebook:

Why every super paranoid internet user needs a cheap Chromebook

Guide: Protect against mouse movement and typi…

Fore the past few weeks, I’ve been researching this topic. I’ve decided to type this up to help other people interested in privacy.Unfortunately, the best way to protect against this type of tracking is to keep Javascript blocked at all times. While using Tor, avoid ever enabling Javascript, and you will experience no such tracing. This also prevents you from asking questions on sites like Reddit which require Javascript, or making a post like I am making now. If you are in a situation where you judge that the benefit outweighs the risk, type your text in a text document, and paste it in. For reddit browing, using old.reddit.com, as this still works without Javascript for simple browsing.In the long run, the privacy community should come up with a Javascript-free alternative, to allow privacy conscious individuals to protect their privacy but still be able to post. Alternatively, mouse movement spoofing and typing spoofing should be added into Tor. Never add any plugins to your Tor browser.One interetsing alternative is WeBOOB. http://weboob.org/modules#mod_reddit I have not tried it myself, but it looks promising.For maximally secure browsing, use HTTTrack. It allows you to download whole webpages, through Tor if you want. From there, transfer the files to a sandboxed, offline VM, and you’re done.Of course, most of us have jobs. This tool will anonymise your typing patterns: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/keyboard-privacy/aoeboeflhhnobfjkafamelopfeojdohk You can use this tool on your work computer.Yes, Chrome is bad for privacy. Chrome is very bad. But this tool is only available for Chrome.That’s all I got. Keep fighting the good fight.

do you Recommend using a password managers or …

I see a lot of people talking about Password Managersdo I need to use one and whythan just typing my password manually ?

Privacy implications/problems with donating to…

Hello,I see that the Tor Project is asking for donations, and right now donations are matched by the Mozilla Foundation.Given the nature of Tor, what are some possible privacy implications/problems for people who donate to the project? For example, would donating to Tor make a person more likely to end up on a watch list?

$3k Bug Bounty – Twitter’s OAuth Mistakes – Te…

$3k Bug Bounty – Twitter’s OAuth Mistakes – Terence Eden’s Blog:

$3k Bug Bounty – Twitter’s OAuth Mistakes – Terence Eden’s Blog

Email providers showdown: Posteo vs. Kolabnow …

Which do y’all reccomend out of these three and why ? Which do y’all use ? Also if there any others that y’all use lmk. Thanks my guys

I visited Facebook’s “Privacy Shop” and they s…

I visited Facebook’s “Privacy Shop” and they still don’t get it:

I visited Facebook’s “Privacy Shop” and they still don’t get it

EPIC Investigates Airport Facial Recognition O…

EPIC Investigates Airport Facial Recognition Opt-Out Procedures:

EPIC Investigates Airport Facial Recognition Opt-Out Procedures

Public slams Finnish Transport Safety Agency f…

Public slams Finnish Transport Safety Agency for privacy breach:

Public slams Finnish Transport Safety Agency for privacy breach