Snowden's Online Privacy 101

Small things you can do to increase your privacy

#Privacy

Sun, Nov 15th, 2015 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Whether you're a secret agent working incognito in a foreign country or someone in an abusive relationship looking for privacy from prying eyes, Edward Snowden gives a basic rundown of what little you need to do in order to have operational security without drastically changing how you live your life.

[Opsec] is important even if you’re not worried about the NSA. Because when you think about who the victims of surveillance are, on a day-to-day basis, you’re thinking about people who are in abusive spousal relationships, you’re thinking about people who are concerned about stalkers, you’re thinking about children who are concerned about their parents overhearing things. It’s to reclaim a level of privacy.

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