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Month: November 2017

Standard Notes: Review

Standard Notes: Review

A big part of my digital workflow has always included using some sort of note taking application.  I like to keep track of thoughts, links, and projects I am working on by making notes and referring back to them from time to time.  A variety of information is kept in the form of notes on my computer and phone, ranging from mundane to potentially critical pieces of information that could be exploited if it fell into the wrong hands.  I…

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Podcast 054 – WiFi Security

Podcast 054 – WiFi Security

This week I sat down with Justin to discuss best practices for setting up your Wi-Fi network, managing networks on your devices, and using (or NOT using) untrusted networks. SHOW NOTES: INTRO EFF on Intel Management Engine, Purism Complete Disables IME Purism Partners with NextCloud for Librem 5 Facebook Wants Your Nude Photos Authy for Desktop
 / Signal for Desktop MAIN TOPIC Setting up your Wi-Fi network •    SSID Naming – Wigle.net  / Wigle SSID Stats •    Encryption •    Remote…

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Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act

Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act

In a previous article I discussed how people who qualify as a public official or law enforcement officer can reference State laws in their letters to data brokers and people search websites to assist them with removing their personal information.  If you are a qualified individual who can utilize these laws to help achieve faster compliance and more advanced opt-outs, I encourage you to articulate this in the letters and emails you send to companies who are exposing your personal…

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