Think Stripe is better for your user's privacy? Think again: https://mtlynch.io/stripe-recording-its-customers/
Your IP address tells websites and ad companies a lot more about you than you might realize.
My latest for the Startpage blog.
@freddyym thanks for the shoutouts on HackerNoon!
Last minute #screenshotsunday
One of the first and most important steps when deciding to take data privacy more seriously is to create an honest threat model.
What information am I trying to protect and who are you protecting it from?
Learn more in my latest blog for Startpage.
Today was a big push to TryLinux.today
Update some UI stuff, re-did the hardware page (added @ubuntushopbe)
I could use some help w/ making the menu mobile friendly (a hamburger).
My latest blog post: https://www.startpage.com/blog/privacy-awareness/data-privacy-laws/
In my latest blog for Startpage, I look at why even though privacy laws are good, we shouldn't be relying on lawmakers to protect us.
A great law today can be overturned tomorrow.
That's why we should be choosing services that act ethically because it's the right thing to do, not because they are being compelled.
Tonight we pushed our new email section live, getting rid of the table and bringing everything to our card design.
Next, we will be evaluating each recommendation again and updating information about encryption and other offerings.
I use Arch, btw
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