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Also note that 1), some of these tools are kind of complicated if you aren’t tech savvy; and 2), many require 2-way encryption to work (so both you and the person you’re communicating with would have to have it installed).
A good starting place if you’re a Firefox user is our collection of simple-to-use privacy add-ons.
This is the context I'm looking for so I'm not looking a phrase to call myself directly "a fool" or something.
Edit: Do the Viennese have an appropriate equivalent if the Berliners do not?
It's a famous (or infamous) line spoken by Ritter Götz von Berlichingen in Goethe's eponymous play and is sometimes represented by its acronym LMAA.)@Eugene Seidel I totally agree, just one minor tidbit: In Goethe's Götz it wasn't LMAA, but rather LMIA ("er kann mich im Arsche lecken") Why don't you put your comment in an answer, so that it can be accepted.
Please don't put a space between the @ and the name if you want notification to work.
Once the private sector collects personal data, three main things can happen to it. Whether you’re concerned with 1, 2, or 3, the results are the same and the solution for consumers is the same: use tools and best practices to avoid private companies from ever getting your data in the first place.
They gave up their users years ago, and this was widely publicized. VPNs don't provide privacy, with a few exceptions (detailed below). If somebody wants to tap your connection, they can still do so - they just have to do so at a different point (ie. Use SSL/TLS and HTTPS (for centralized services), or end-to-end encryption (for social or P2P applications).
T-Shirt Hell was launched in 2001 because we wanted to heal the world with laughter.
It’s about time you fix my head or let me go in pieces.
Note: The content in this post does not apply to using VPN for their intended purpose; that is, as a virtual private (internal) network.