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Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age


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The intersection of technology, privacy, and freedom in a digital world.#### Description Dedicated to the intersection of technology, privacy, and freedom in the digital world.

"I don't have anything to hide but I don't have anything I want to show you either" - @CryptopartyBLN

"Privacy is not a sign of wrongdoing. Privacy is a sign of freedom." - /u/blackhawk_12

#Subreddit Rules and Wiki ^(updated ^2019-02-28)

Before posting in /r/privacy, read the Sidebar Rules.

Enjoy our Wiki! It has all sorts of nifty advice and explains most topics you’re interested in if you’re reading this.

#Latest

(OK, this needs some work. ;) )

~~2018-09-20:~~

~~I think… I think we’re going to have 100,000 subscribers this week and that’s all kinds of awesome.~~

#Ongoing

#Suggested Software

Note this section has software that is under ongoing development. No one solution can guarantee your anonymity.

  • [Tor Browser Bundle] (https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en), a pre-configured web browser intended to protect your anonymity when used with safe browsing practices.

  • Tails - a live system that aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity

  • Prism Break we don't necessarily endorse all their software choices

#Related Subreddits:

  • /r/EuroPrivacy
  • /r/PrivAussie
  • /r/PrivacyGuides/
  • /r/netsec
  • /r/Onions
  • /r/Tor
  • /r/Tails
  • /r/Whonix
  • /r/i2p
  • /r/GnuPG
  • /r/crypto
  • /r/NSALeaks
  • /r/freespeech
  • /r/CryptoCurrency
  • /r/vpn
  • /r/Firefox

#Donate

Consider donating to one of the organizations that fight for your rights.

| Org | Name | |-|-|-| | ACLU | American Civil Liberties Union | | EFF | Electronic Frontier Foundation | | EPIC | Electronic Privacy Information Center | | EDRi | European Digital Rights | | FSF | Free Software Foundation | | ORG | Open Rights Group | | Tor | Tor | | Torservers | high bandwidth Tor exit nodes | |Privacy International|building the global movement for the protection of privacy.|

The most common phrases the members use:

phone number
user data
completely broken
bank account
mass surveillance

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