25 Google Alternatives: Privacy Focused Alternatives for Gmail, Chrome, Google Search, YouTube, Google Suite, Google Photos and more!
Privacy rights and activism.
Privacy is 'The state of being free from unsanctioned intrusion'. With the revelations from Snowden and Wikileaks, we now know that our rights are being infringed on a massive scale.
This category is dedicated toward activism for our fourth amendment rights and helpful discussion on ways to keep yourself private online or offline. Topics also revolve around relevant legal news and crypto currencies. I take a hard-line stance in support of privacy rights and discuss their implications here.
There is a monumental importance of addressing these rights in the modern era, even while combating terrorism. As Bejamin Franklin said: "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety".
Recently received an interesting email from the crew over at Project Veritas.
Thought it was a pretty insightful read, so I wanted to share it here for any of you that aren’t signed up to their newsletters
Social media has been around ever since I was young. I grew up with it. In many ways, I was one of the hippy-types that used most social media platforms before they got “mainstream”. Many of us have seen the vanity of social media eventually decline the entirety of the platforms that were once so unique.
Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, and Global Science Research (GSR). Another day, another data breach with added privacy intrusion. But this time – the data company is the one taking the majority of the heat. Connection to politics really changes the direction of the anger.
The story within Anthem by Ayn Rand depicts the journey of a young man known as Equality 7-2521 as he lives and escapes a dystopian collectivist future.
A quick and easy article regarding the current Top 5 major cryptocurrencies with some basic comparisons. A look at Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Ripple, and Litecoin.
It’s important in this age of censorship to keep a close check on personal and essential data. Whether it is through saving a YouTube video from someone that may soon get deleted, or keeping past logs of mischievous or lying behavior from officials. The 3-2-1 rule is perfect for this.
When creating a social media presence online, in today’s world, you should do your best to avoid key information that may allow people to determine who you are. Stay safe from doxxing by following these social media presence tips!
Have you given “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley a read yet? If not, you really should! This masterpiece is well worth a short read. Click here to check out a review of the book with a few thought-provoking quotes!
The Equifax Data Breach is yet another example of a failure to protect sensitive data. The legal system, courts, and general public knowledge must all be changed to tackle this increasingly important topic of data security in the modern world.
What is the value of property rights? Why are property rights an important topic in economics and politics? Should we safeguard this right?