What are some trusted privacy website hosting companies? These "unlimited" scam hosting plans are killing me. Websites always get suspended due to dumb "over usage".

People are just finding out that Google tracks your purchase history? You people are slacking. They've been tracking my purchases since 2014.

Anyone know any good external hard drives? Possibly built in encryption. One that would guarentee to last and not die and give up on life.

Is there any free internet number services out there for calling/texting? (Privacy friendly of course) Real phone service like AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon are dangerous.

Does anyone know how trusty this VPN is?

addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firef

"No credit cards
No Registrations
No logs
No ads"

"The extension comes loaded with fastest streaming servers, failsafe WebRTC leak protection, strongest encryption, unlimited bandwidth, and the capability to get past every type of geo-restriction."

This video is how I feel when Apple says I can trust them and that my privacy matters to them.

youtube.com/watch?v=T-fXzUsPZt

Been at work on a Android browser lately. No need to worry about trackers or Google services needed to run the app. A light-weight simple browser.

This (*offensive word here*) not only made a whole video pretty much going over the most basic Google settings to "protect your privacy", but he recommends using Apple, AND the video is sponsored by LastPass, where he recommends LastPass. Fuck this guy.

A spare Android device with Linux on it connected to a mouse and keyboard + a monitor = an affordable portable Linux device.

@Rediikid I personally didn't experience any advertisements before I removed the ads, but they're removed anyways.

Download: glitcher32.ml/?dl=8d27c3945025

(Download as always will be deleted later to save space on the server.)

Small sneak peak of the glitcher32 Clean Superior app ive been working on. App has NO Google Services required and doesn't need internet. Best of all, your privacy is respected, meaning nothing is collected at all.

Google Play doesn't want to approve of the app because they're assholes, so an APK download will have to be done.

(Video was 50MB and was reduced to about 2MB to fit the 8MB limit.)

Reminder: Privacy is your right. You shouldn't be exploited for using the internet. #privacy #humanrights

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