Tag: privacy

Pegasus: Privacy Targets & Anonymity

Recently I wrote a brief article about the Pegasus shitstorm. Today I read news that Princess Latifa Al Maktoum and Princess Haya were listed as potential targets by clients of spyware company NSO Group. David Haigh, the man who’s been on the frontlines of the Free Princess Latifa campaign, had also been targeted by the …

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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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The Midnight Pub

Y’know, I like writing. I enjoy writing. It clears my head for fresh new thoughts. For the past decade, I’ve consumed a lot of content; a ton of books, seminars, lectures, YouTube videos, movies, standup comedy, documentaries, and music. It’s great to consume content because it makes you more knowledgeable, perhaps even smarter; maybe even …

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Judge Esther Salas – The Importance of Privacy

Today I watched a video of Judge Esther Salas, who’s son and husband were recently shot by an intruder at their home. The poor woman lost her son and her husband is still under intensive care in the hospital. Apparently the intruder dressed up as a delivery guy with a FedEx package. This intruder was …

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