Tag: privacy

The EFF’s Panopticlick Shows How Your Browser Fingerprint Identifies You

I’ve been curiously questioning the uniqueness of browser fingerprints but the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s updated Panopticlick service shows you frighteningly how powerful they are. Each time you request a web page with your browser, a lot of information is shared...

/ November 5, 2019

Google Protecting Privacy of Inhabitants of Street Murals

In development of Portland Wild, I discovered Google blurring the faces depicted in public art murals.

/ October 23, 2018

Why Clinton Email Server Has Legs

The political left may want the media to let the Clinton email server story die but I think it highlights some of the more troubling aspects of our experience with the Clinton legacy. While the most obvious reason Hillary Clinton...

/ March 5, 2015

Esquire’s Rens Lieman Asks You to Hack His Data

Rens Lieman, a contributing editor at Esquire magazine (Dutch edition), is launching a privacy experiment asking hackers to discover all the data they can gather about him: [blockquote]For Esquire, I wanted to write a story about online privacy and the...

/ July 12, 2013

Install iRedMail

Install iRedmail: Your Own Private E-mail Server in the Cloud Digital Ocean’s $5/mo. fast SSD servers make a great choice for hosting your email. For a gmail alternative, try FastMail. Installing iRedMail Sign in to your instance using the preceding instructions....

/ June 10, 2013