Anyone know a good free number place yet?

TextNow:

Way to strict.
Doesn't like you being anonymous or not using Google.
Will block your device if they simply don't approve of you.
Not even their web version is easy to login to when hidden.

Google Voice:

Requires Google Account (Which means, requires phone number/personal info)

┏━━┓┏━━┓┏━━┓┏━━┓
┗━┓┃┃┏┓┃┗━┓┃┃┏┓┃
┏━┛┃┃┃┃┃┏━┛┃┃┃┃┃
Oh no, what have you started?
┃┏━┛┃┃┃┃┃┏━┛┃┃┃┃
┃┗━┓┃┗┛┃┃┗━┓┃┗┛┃
┗━━┛┗━━┛┗━━┛┗━━┛

Interesting new search engine called Infinity Search.

infinitysearch.co/

It could be more mobile friendly in the future.

Anyone know anything that will auto download videos (mp4 or mp3) from a YouTube channel once its uploaded?

@civilian1@activism.openworlds.info Useful documentation, thanks.

I hope @e_mydata doesn't let me down like AllSync did. I lost all my files and they probably could see the files in my account.

/e/ Cloud hopefully is safe and privacy friendly to hold me by for now.

Nothing like getting a warning from the /r/privacy moderators for some BS.

Im done with that terrible community. The people can be assholes for no reason and the moderators are something else.

Anyone know any good weather websites?

A feature with widget/embed would be cool. WillyWeather's widget would be perfect... if they were privacy friendly.

(One with no ads/trackers of course.)

Anyone know a good Firefox Send alternative?

One like file.io or uploadfiles.io maybe.

One with enryption and no trackers what so ever.

File.io ruined it for me with Google.

Mozilla's "*privacy not included" page is honestly quite useless to me.

It seems like everything passes their "this product meets our minimum security standards".

PS4 for example. Everything passes yet PlayStation can view your unencrypted messages at anytime. That doesn't sound very PRIVATE to me.

Show more
Mastodon πŸ” privacytools.io

Fast, secure and up-to-date instance. privacytools.io provides knowledge and tools to protect your privacy against global mass surveillance.

Website: privacytools.io
Matrix Chat: chat.privacytools.io
Support us on OpenCollective, your contributions are tax deductible!