The Most Private VPN: Mullvad VPN

In my search for iOS-friendly VPNs, I ran across of Mullvad VPN a review by ThatOnePrivacyGuy. If you follow TOPG you know he doesn’t suffer shoddy VPNs and is extremely exacting in his review methodology. He’s also beholden to no one, and if it ain’t right, he’ll say so. I don’t agree with everything he says, but if he says something is “easily has one of the best VPNs [he’s] ever seen or used,” it’s worth taking a look at. My review of this VPN probably isn’t going to tell you much that you can’t learn from his, but there are a couple of features that I wanted to shine a bit more of a light on. Continue reading “The Most Private VPN: Mullvad VPN”

Columbia SC Surveillance Safari

I used to spend a lot of time in South Carolina’s capital city. I had regular work trips to Columbia, usually lasting two to three weeks at a time. I hadn’t been back in several years, but recently I had the opportunity to spend a weekend there, and something has changed. Columbia has implemented a very broad public surveillance system. This post will touch on the Columbia SC surveillance system and discuss some of the implications this raises. Continue reading “Columbia SC Surveillance Safari”