How to create your own version of the Internet in an emergency. This is an example of a Mesh Network which currently is a two node network. This can connect to hundreds of nodes on the Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network (AREDN). This is similar to
What is it actually like to use a de-Googled phone as a daily driver? Will it feel like you became a luddite or a cave man eschewing tech? Is it actually usable? What apps can you run? What about navigation? Will you survive without Google?
David Austin (Alderman from VT) & Matt White (Trive.News): update on Vergennes, VT, NGO’s, big banks & low income housing tax credit shell game expanding in New England - Alex Espinoza (MI Activist) - Rob Braxman (Internet Privacy Guy) on private c
IF you've ever panicked that an app might be watching through your iPhone's camera, Apple has got you covered.
The latest iPhone update adds a new "warning dot" that alerts you whenever your microphone or camera is activated.
Does it feel like you're being watched? You are. Cameras are everywhere and you are probably being recorded far more often than you realize. Is it really for our safety? Surveillance is here to stay and the scrutiny will continue to become more inten
"I wish people would stop championing and normalising this nonsense... We will never get back to 2019 Normal if we continue down this road..."
If we lived in some alternative timeline where the coronavirus pandemic didn't exist, you'd need a Real ID license to board any aircraft in the US as of Oct. 1, 2020. But, as COVID-19 swept across the US, the federal government pushed a deadline for
Turns out the people who said Alexa was always listening weren't crazy after all. And that data is now being collected at an alarming rate by the police to be used against citizens.
Brave Browser was revised in 2020 and received a slew of features related to better defense against browser fingerprinting. Or at least that's the claim. In this video we put this to a test, by actually attempting to fingerprint a Brave Browser sessi
Amazon's palm scanner had many concerned
I've revealed some flaws in many popular apps and some of you want to turn into a luddite or live in a cave now. Are we completely zucked? Or do we still have a chance?
We have a reprieve in 2020 with facial recognition because many of us have to wear masks.
Remember the tagline from Apple? Privacy. That's iPhone. Well you can forget that. But is the alternate tag: Privacy. That's Linux Phone. Is this true? Or an over reach?
I go through the process of deciding how to configure an Android phone so there is no Google tracking of any sort in it. This video shows me using Android 10 AOSP on a Motorola Moto G7 Play (a 2019) phone, which currently has no support from LineageO
Some are quick to promote apps as being safe for your use just because they are encrypted. I will talk about how many of the popular apps that are commonly thought to be safe because of encryption are actually wrought with danger because pundits who
...is Just The Beginning!!!
Josh Sigurdson talks with Max Freeman, creator of Epic Cash as the surveillance state grows rapidly in size and scope. Epic Cash is a privacy coin built on Mimblewimble that allows people to transact easily without being spied on.
Tim Picciott, The Liberty Advisor and John Sneisen talk about the recent move by the IRS to crack down on privacy cryptocurrency Monero. Will it work? Or is it another failed attempt to stop a movement?
...(No. 2) Regulations 2020. This law got passed on the quiet yesterday allowing the harvesting and retention of the DNA of anyone who does a COVID-19 test. No mention on main stream news.
Collecting Fingerprints From Facebook, Hacking Smartwatches And Fighting
Amazon has also been working hard to ensure that there is an Alexa device is every single hotel room.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) just got its hands on a whole bunch of location data. The news service Motherboard (Vice's technology segment) uncovered a procurement order for $476,000 paid to the company Venntel Software last month. Venntel s
The data comes from hundreds of ordinary apps installed on peoples' phones around the world.
Google and Apple partnered on the system, which is technically called "contact tracing" but goes by the less intimidating "exposure notification."
Social Credit Score Coming to America Through the Colleges and Their Social Justice Warriors
... After Spotting a BB Gun
What Will You Do When the Contact Tracers Come To Your Door?
Being involved in online privacy on a daily basis at cryptohippie.com, we saw where things were headed and decided that we had to warn people. Still, I had hopes that the progress of evil would be somehow derailed, at least partially. Sadly, that has