Tag: apps

Privacy Fatalities: Wickr

I think it’s time to start a new series that’ll keep a record of all the cool privacy applications that sold out. To begin this series, we have Wickr. Now Wickr has existed for a really long time. I remember seeing it when I first got into privacy. But I never checked it out. Even …

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Crappy Privacy Alternatives: Signal Messenger

Well well well! It’s been almost an year since my last series on crappy privacy alternatives. And I somehow got carried away with more interesting topics, but here we are again! I installed Signal when I first started using a smartphone. But I never used the app much because I never really had anyone to …

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Byju’s & WhiteHat Jr – A Peek Inside India’s Education SCAM

WhiteHat Jr. is an education scam invented by an Indian scumbag named Karan Bajaj. From now henceforth we will refer to him as scumbag Karan. In 2020, WhiteHat Jr. was acquired by another Indian named Byju Raveendran. We will refer to him as scumbag Byju aka tutulputul the billionaire in this article. What is Byju’s? …

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