More people need to forget Google anarchei.me/post/18… There’s a link on that page that will get you a copy of Chromium, basically Chrome without the Google tracking.
I still haven’t decided if I’m willing to let google sell my internet data in exchange for all the services I get.
I’m probably leaning towards ‘no’, but all these ‘private’ companies haven’t had the best product thus far.
I’ll give Chromium a shot.
What I really want is to just pay Google $300-$500 a year (that’s about what a single user’s data is worth) so that they don’t track my data or at least keep it 100% anonymous.
If Google ever came out with a pay-for service, I think a lot of people would opt-in for it.
One of our robotics engineers, who worked for the Department of Defense, tapes over all of his phone and laptop cameras. “Can’t trust ‘em”, he says.
This is pretty funny at first and pretty terrifying once you think about it.
How To Completely Erase Yourself From The Internet
Your information is for sale to all kinds of different entities.
Thankfully, there’s an easy way to remove it from the places where companies harvest it.
Safe Shepherd has been helping people protect their privacy since being founded in October 2011.
For a very agreeable price of free, the web service will help you take your info off the grid.
We took it for a test drive this morning.
So you think we defeated SOPA?
January 18th, 2012 - Over 7,000,000 people petitioned Congress to vote “No” on SOPA and PIPA. Many websites including Wikipedia, Reddit, Mozilla, and Google participated in the SOPA “blackout”.
January 19, 2012 - Just one day after a widespread internet protest against SOPA and PIPA, the U.S. Department of Justice seized and shut down Megaupload.
February 26, 2012 - The Canadian website Bodog was seized and shut down by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.
If you still think “we the people” are in charge and as long as we make our voice heard the government will listen to us, think again. The government doesn’t care about you.