Article highlighting economic costs of NSA Article that talks about how expensive running the NSA is. An interesting factor generally not taken into consideration when internet privacy is debated.
Here is a link to the LA Times report of the North Korean internet outage of 2014.
The browser TOR is one of the many ways you can use an internet browser to protect yourself from prying eyes. By hiding your IP address by sending it to a variety of different proxies, you can hide your location and legitimate IP address, so you can browse SAFELY AND ANONYMOUSLY!
A brief video that breaks down how proxies work and the benefits that come with using them.
The government program PRISM which was introduced in 2007, is a surveillance program which collects data from U.S. internet companies in an attempt to better protect national security. Skype, until it was bought by Microsoft in 2011, worked with PRISM to give the government data of many people who had no idea this was happening.… Continue reading Prism, a Surveillance Prison
Ever since the start up of PRISM, an Internet surveillance program under the jurisdiction of the NSA, surfing the web anonymously has never been a concept of the internet. Users of the Internet know there is a “big brother” figure watching over them. This figure doesn’t even have to be monitoring you while you are doing the browsing because… Continue reading The Truth About Private Browsing
Our democracy can be seen as a vested interest of the people, which we must protect from the long reach of the government. In the article, 6 reasons you should, and shouldn’t, freak out about the NSA data-mining, we see a more accurate picture of why we as citizens should protect our civil liberties from… Continue reading To fear or Not to Fear (The NSA) that is the Question?