Notifications started after upgrade to iOS 15. Finding a solution which works has been difficult enough I’m posting it publicly to help others.
DuckDuckGo is no doubt the most popular privacy focused search engine. Does it live up to its fame and how independent are the results.
Qwant is a Potemkin-village, built to impress naive Europeans that we are independent. Video results offer only YouTube and DailyMotion.
Big tech companies track us everywhere. The struggle for privacy is tough, but thankfully, there are still people out there who have our back.
Although Brave might really be the most private browser out of the box, it still can be tweaked in the privacy settings.
Firefox is the only major alternative to Chromium-based browsers and offers reasonable privacy online – only after a few tweaks here and there.
Opera is still much loved browser among privacy-minded users. Does it live up to its fame and how to set it up for maximum privacy?
What do we pay for having any information “freely” just a single click away? Search engines are privacy nightmares; the way out is inconclusive.
All of Iridium, unGoogled Chromium and Brave Browser make bold claims for privacy. Talk is cheap and fortunately the EFF is here to referee.
Even the popular browsers known for privacy need a few tweaks here and there. Let’s see how to configure them easily and properly.
If you are trying to use as little Cookies as possible, FV Player is the right player for you. Even if you choose not to disable all the cookies.
Any browser will try to persuade us that it’s the most private one, but we are smarter than that. Let’s take a look at it!
Ex-comedian Brand understands that a surveillance state, where security organs enjoy powers like the KGB and the Gestapo, is no laughing matter.
The privacy-enhanced mode allows you to embed YouTube videos without collecting cookies. FV Player uses this mode by default now.
iPad and iPhone users should be very wary of upgrading to iOS 13.5. There’s no path backwards: it will track and trace you in entirely new ways.
The price of a working computer on the “free” Windows 10? Two hours out of your life and storing all of your files on Microsoft’s servers.
How to protect your privacy when using an Apple computer. The distance between Steve Jobs’s talk about privacy and Apple’s walk. Baked-in privacy invasion.