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Category Archives: privacy

  1. Sending and receiving encrypted e-mails (on Windows) October 26, 2011

    Posted in privacy, software.

    9 comments
  2. A few free (and working! ;)) trashable e-mail services August 12, 2011

    Posted in Internet, privacy.

    No comments
  3. Facebook is tagging spammy users and threatening you April 16, 2011

    Posted in funnies, privacy, social network stuff.

    3 comments
  4. A Scroogle search box example code February 26, 2011

    Posted in Google, privacy, web development.

    3 comments
  5. Gmail’s custom ‘From’ address: all ur ID R belong to us February 8, 2011

    Posted in Google, privacy, Yahoo.

    5 comments
  6. Installing and running Wuala in Linux using only command line December 25, 2010

    Posted in privacy, security.

    3 comments
  7. We are now Google-free!!! October 25, 2010

    Posted in Google, privacy, site news.

    No comments
  8. Scroogle SSL search in Iron and Opera October 10, 2010

    Posted in Chrome/Chromium/Vivaldi, Google, Opera, privacy.

    4 comments
  9. More tips to freedom on a restricted computer environment May 7, 2010

    Posted in privacy, security.

    No comments
  10. General safety on Facebook April 14, 2010

    Posted in funnies, privacy.

    No comments
  11. Tips to freedom on a restricted computer environment November 18, 2009

    Posted in privacy, web filtering.

    No comments
  12. Closing our feedburner RSS feed January 20, 2009

    Posted in Google, privacy, site news.

    No comments
  13. Does issuing passports make Microsoft a country? April 20, 2007

    Posted in Microsoft, privacy.

    No comments
  14. Justice Department takes aim at image-sharing sites March 4, 2007

    Posted in digital rights and DRMs, privacy.

    No comments
  15. Help end the RIAA’s rampage February 25, 2007

    Posted in digital rights and DRMs, privacy.

    No comments
  16. Is Internet Explorer 7 spying on me ? October 22, 2006

    Posted in Microsoft, privacy.

    No comments
  17. Data breaches near 94 million public records October 2, 2006

    Posted in privacy.

    No comments