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When searching the web, Google isn’t the only game in town. Below you will find privacy respecting search engines that don’t track you or sell...
Gmail, Yahoo, and Outlook seem to dominate the email world, but none of them take your privacy seriously. Gmail gives third parties access to information...
While Google Chrome may dominate today’s browser market, it’s also tracking and monetizing your every move. We don’t recommend anyone use Chrome, and instead, look to some of the options...
Sending unecrypted messages can be a privacy and security nightmare. SMS messages can be intercepted by hackers and cybercriminals, and in some countries, governments use text messages to shut down...
Whether using the free wifi at the local cafe or traveling abroad, a VPN can help protect your computer from those hoping to violate your privacy or access your data....
Do yourself a favor, never use the same password twice. Even better, you shouldn’t even know what your password is. This is where a password manager comes in. You don’t...
A password isn’t enough and even the most unique password can be leaked and discovered by bad actors. Two-factor authentication (2FA) offers another level of protection by using an app...
Cloud Storage & Sync
Cloud storage is a convenient way to keep files synced to all of your devices, but not all companies respect that these are your files. Dropbox, Google, and others can...
Share files the secure way, with services that not only respect your privacy but offer end-to-end encryption. From tax documents, to files containing personal information that hackers could use to...
Notes & Office
Taking notes, writing documents, or creating a presentation shouldn’t cost you your privacy, and with the apps and services below, they wont.
A DNS resolver, such as the ones listed below, help prevent such things as DNS hijacking, or can be used to block malicious sites, block ads, and third-party trackers. These...
If you have a choice in your OS, we strongly recommended ditching MacOS or Windows and moving to a Linux driven system. Yet, even with Linux you have choices to...
These addons are for your mobile device to offer some added protection from blocking ads, third-party trackers, to monitoring and deleting your social activity.
With healthcare and abortion access under attack not only in the US, but in many countries around the world, health apps pose a risk to search by authoritarian governments. These...
Social media companies, like other Big Tech organizations want to use your posts to generate income through advertisers. You don’t have to turn over your personal information to stay in...
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