Category: Technology

  • Supreme Court on “Content Moderation”

    On April 5th, 2021 Justice Thomas wrote an opinion for the Supreme Court that for the first time correctly frames the debate around internet censorship, or its politically correct euphemism “content moderation”. The censorship by Big Tech of individuals is not a matter for the much discussed Section 230, but a matter of common carriers […]

  • Poison the data that Big Tech uses against you That is a fascinating article from MIT about how to fight back against the surveillance economy of Big Tech by poisoning the data that they are using. I think this is wildly interesting because it strikes at the Achilles heal of Big Tech, it requires your voluntary submission to their system. Yes you can […]

  • Stories of People Locked out of Gmail

    As we talked about in Purge Gmail before Gmail Purges You, Google will lock you out of your account. It does and will happen, don’t believe us, read here: What it’s like to get locked out of Google indefinitely | by Business Insider | Business Insider | Medium

  • Purge Gmail before Gmail Purges You

    Would you be wiling to forward me all your email? Can I have the password to your Gmail account so that I can read all your email you have ever sent or send in the future? If you use Gmail for your email you have already answered YES to both of those questions. By using […]

  • Move to a new email provider

    The two best known providers of un-censored, freedom and privacy respecting email services are Fastmail and ProtonMail. I currently use them both and can say that they are fantastic. Fastmail tends to appeal to the casual user who cares about ease of use and their UI is better than anyone, even Gmail. Protonmail tends to […]

  • Great Lists to de-Google your life

    This post will be continuously updated with resources from others on alternatives on how to remove Google, and other centralized “spying as a business model” service from your life:

  • DuckDuckGo CEO

    The CEO and founder of DuckDuckGo, a completely private search engine that is a suggested replacement for google, wrote a great entry on why you should use their service: