Tag Archives: privacy

WhatsApp’s privacy policy change breaks Signal

Update 17Jan2021: Signal’s issues appear to be fixed. At least for the time being… With about two billion users, WhatsApp is the most popular communications app on the planet. It is owned by Facebook, which has a rich history of … Continue reading

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Everything in Sync

If you’re like me, you probably have a need to share content with others on occasion. Email is not always an option, especially with very large files (and it’s not polite to oblige the recipient to download a lot of … Continue reading

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So: you think your email is private? Think again…

We the people are walking blindfold into a future in which unaccountable anyones can access our private thoughts. Continue reading

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Passwords – how secure is my password?

[update 09Feb2014] Kudos to howsecureismypassword.net — I’ve just revisited their site, to discover that their home page now bears the disclaimer (and useful advice): This site could be stealing your password… it’s not, but it easily could be. Be careful … Continue reading

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