“Our collective privacy problem is not your fault”

Ran across this gem of an article the other day on Reddit. Privacy and technology is a big issue right now and this article does a wonderful job of, rightfully, placing the blame for current problems right back on the companies producing the software and devices we’re all using.

My State of 2019 – Privacy/Security

There is a ton I could write about privacy and security on the Internet. We have all heard the stories of data breaches, hacks, etc. Let’s talk about some of the areas that I think are important. Tools There are definitely some very simple steps that most people can do to help immensely with theirContinue reading “My State of 2019 – Privacy/Security”

Apple and the next round of ad privacy

Apple and the next round of ad privacy Apple and the WebKit team have been doing some fantastic work in the ad tracking space as of late. Starting with Intelligent Tracking Prevention in Safari on Mac and iOS now they’re working on something called Privacy Preserving Ad Click Attribution. What makes this latest round moreContinue reading “Apple and the next round of ad privacy”

I’m doing an anti-pattern on privacy for the this month, going full Google with email and browser. People who go to ProtonMail for privacy make me giggle given that over 1 billion people a month are using Gmail. Unless you’re just emailing other people using ProtonMail your email is being “scanned” by Google. Silly people.