I created ThinkPrivacy as a way to help spread privacy respecting apps and services to people. It’s an open-source collection of ethical services that respect user privacy.
A new project of mine, I forked a previously created, but out of date site called ComputeFreely. The site had been a resource of mine when I get into Linux more and wanted to know more about other distributions. When the project went stale, I decided to bring it back to life, and then build on it.
I joined the PrivacyTools team in 2019 to help with their blog and general administration of the site. With a goal similar to ThinkPrivacy, but more focused on governement surveillance, the partnership just made sense.