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.
|"A lot of people don't understand what 'public' really means."|
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|"Children themselves are unaware that everything they say to the doll is being listened to."|
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|"Spouses now have easy access to an array of sophisticated spy software that would give Edward Snowden night sweats."|
|"There needs to be more aggressive enforcement action on tech companies like Google."|
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|"Cells have the capacity to process and respond to instructions and codes inputted into their main system."|
|“Clicking on a Facebook advert may reveal things about yourself you don’t want anyone to know.”|
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|“Instead of consuming fossil fuels, it would then feed surplus electricity into the grid.”|
|“The greatest economic crisis of our age: the one still awaiting us.”|
|“If you don’t remember any of these countries from geography class, you’re not alone.”|