Is the your ISP about to spy on you?
It is a known issue that Mr. Trump is thin skinned and likes to attack those who would cross him. Now that we are faced with at least 4 years of "him" and a minimum of 2 years with a GOP congress, your privacy is at risk. We suggest you take advantage of all the free and paid resources at your disposal to protect your online communications.
1. Opera has built in VPN but we have no idea about log files when you use that. It will protect you from casual snooping by your ISP but best to use that in series with a true VPN that DOES NOT KEEP LOGS.
2. Free encrypted email. Tutanota.com offers this. No ID, No email or any identification needed to sign up for basic service. Email you send out to another address can be encrypted and require a pre-arranged password to read. (use TOR when setting up your account. There is an app for your phone as well.
If you want extra protection browse and email via the free TOR network browser after you connect to the internet via a VPN.
We don't know who the NSA, CIA or FBI might spy on or why. We only know they can if they choose to do so, unless we take precautions.
No one suggests you should be doing anything illegal while online but the facts are that those who do so probably use some or all of these privacy protection measures already so we are not giving away any secrets here.
Our intent is to inform the public of their rights to privacy and methods to protect their own privacy.
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If you spend any time online your privacy is already compromised to some extent. Depending on how much you share and where you share it, your life may be an open book already. You really cannot remove what is out there, placed either by yourself or by others who obtained information about you from third parties.
What you can do is shut off the tap. Limit who and how you share personal information and keep prying eyes out of your personal business.
This site is about the available tools you can use to secure your privacy from prying eyes while you use the internet as well as how to lock down your own computer to keep someone locally from getting their hands on important, sensitive data like your banking and health information.
We will also touch on the very important matter of backing up important information to insure against catastrophe.
We will touch on security measures for your smart phone as well.
Is this really just humor or do they have a copy of your hard drive?
This site will always be a work in progress with information edited added or removed as the work of keeping you safe online changes.