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We 🖤 this Tor poster with art by Molly Crabapple and words by John Leavitt.

Donate $10 or more through tomorrow (12 Nov), and you could be one of five people randomly selected to win it and have it shipped to you.

Donate now: torproject.org/donate/donate-t

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Five years ago, we released Tutanota. With your help we've achieved a lot so far: tutanota.com/blog/posts/encryp
✅ Rebuilt email client to achieve great speed and design
✅ Published an F-Droid app
✅ Made Tutanota completely Google-free
✅ Published desktop clients
✅ Turned Tutanota into a green email service
✅ Added an encrypted search feature
✅ Added an encrypted calendar
Much more is to come in the future, stay tuned. 😃🎉

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'A recent report from the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) found that Twitter removed nearly a million tweets and blocked around 100 accounts in India as part of their "country withheld" policy.'

bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-

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The breach of NordVPN illustrates what VPN's can do, what they can't do, and what they should do—but sometimes don't. eff.org/deeplinks/2019/11/virt

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If you don't know where to start with keeping your browsing , start here: Our guide to Firefox privacy blog.privacytools.io/firefox-p

Might give away some BAT because I have like 50 so...

What are your opinions on brave as a browser. In one of my older articles, I recommended it, and am now starting to question my recommendation (it has been removed from PTio).
What are your opinions and do you have any alterantives (obviously not stuff like firefox and tor, this is for social things.)

Read my article if you are confused:
write.privacytools.io/privacy-

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Maaaaybe don't email me about your "privacy respecting" product that I should list on my site and then have my privacy add-ons light up because of the number of trackers on your site...

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I'm blocking ost.social because they are a gab friendly instance.

You probably should to.

I'd like to say a massive thanks to everyone who reads my blog. My latest article is currently sitting on over 4,000 views, which to me is insane! Its even been read by some companies which I think is great.

I love writing, and I promise a new article will come soon when I have the time to finish it!

As always go check out the blog, hope you have a great day!

write.privacytools.io/privacy-

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Privacy isn't about hiding bad things.

It’s about protecting what defines us as human beings, who we are: our day-to-day behavior, our personality, our fears, our relationships, and our vulnerabilities.

- Isabela Bagueros, Tor ED #TakeBacktheInternet
blog.torproject.org/better-int #blog #privacy #surveillance #censorship

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In email marketing software, tracking is often enabled by default. Here are some friendly suggestions to help make tracking less pervasive, less creepy, and less leaky. eff.org/deeplinks/2019/01/stop

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Im really excited that is now on opencollective.com, as its the first step for us to become completely financially transparent :)!

opencollective.com/privacytool

Trying to convince some people that "if the product is free then you are the product" is difficult.

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My most recent open source project: unshort.link/

Prevent short link services from tracking you and remove tracking parameters from the underlying urls.

You can 100% host it yourself and its #GPLv3

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