People around the world are now starting to realize working from home may be the new “normal” for some time to come. While many have found this to be relaxing, easier, and perhaps just works better for their already busy schedules in general, it does pose some issues.
With so many search engines already on the market, and privacy gaining in popularity, you may not be surprised to hear about how many search engines ask to be included on my site
Many of us who are privacy minded take many steps to protect our data online. You add tracking blockers to our browsers, you delete our cookies, and you use privacy respecting email addresses
As the creator of ThinkPrivacy, I often get asked why we list certain options, or don’t list others. It’s common for me to hear from a visitor that I shouldn’t
Over the last few years, the European Union, and US states like California have done a good job of passing consumer privacy laws, the GDPR and CCPA respectively. While neither law is perfect,
As privacy advocates, we often discuss what steps we take to personally secure our lives and devices yet rarely do we talk about the steps we take to do the same for those