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Perceptions: Privacy online and offline

More than 300 different U.S. government organizations—among them city, county, and town governments, as well as schools—have purchased cameras and surveillance systems from two blacklisted Chinese tech companies since August 2019, according to government contract data. The two companies are Hikvision and Dahua Technology,...
A recent transparency report from Google shows that U.S. law enforcers are increasingly relying on geofence warrants, a new surveillance tactic that civil libertarians say violates the Fourth Amendment. Unlike typical warrants that authorize the surveillance of specific targets, geofence warrants allow...
Google is spying on everything you do. Literally everything. If you are not protecting yourself, Google is after your personal life whether you like it or it. Google spies on you and it's not just a conspiracy theory anymore. Google’s...
There are privacy and security issues with the Zoom video conferencing app. It has a horrible track record of handling user privacy and is leaking your data. Its video calling is also unsecured. US Senate tells members not to...
Learn to protect your online privacy and guard your digital freedoms against corporate and government surveillance. These are easy to follow tutorials and reviews of privacy concerned software and open source alternatives to mainstream surveillance products. Techlore's Go Incognito tutorial...
Learn to protect your online privacy and guard your digital freedoms against corporate and government surveillance. These are easy to follow tutorials and reviews of privacy concerned software and open source alternatives to mainstream surveillance products. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLR_ghQEN2SgBOLJaDomLoK95Ay_xV5aZV