Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E061: Land Trusts Made Simple With Randy Hughes This week we talk with Randy Hughes about using land trusts for privacy when owning a home.
My search for an alternative, iOS-friendly VPN has led me to NordVPN. I have had my eye on NordVPN for quite some time. It is recommended by https://www.privacytools.io/, which is a strong recommendation. Nord has over 2,100 servers in 59 countries. It also offers a ton of features including VPN-chaining, a kill-switch, and Tor-over-VPN. NordVPN is also very affordable, coming in at $69.00 for 1-year of coverage and $79.00 for a two-year subscription.
Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E060: Hardware Privacy & Security With System76 This week we sit down with Sri and Jeremy from System76 to discuss their line of computers, disabling Intel’s built-in “spyware”, and other privacy options to consider with Linux machines.
A Kidnapping in Milan is a book that I’ve meant to read for a long time. I finally got around to it a couple of months ago. Readers of this blog would doubtlessly enjoy this work. It touches on several major themes that I talk about here and on the podcast. Make no mistake – this isn’t a technical manual, nor is it written from the viewpoint of a privacy advocate. This is the story of how some very focused…
Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E059: Michael Returns and We Tackle Listener Q&A This week Michael returns to clean out the inbox of all your listener questions.
I recently appeared on the American Warrior Show to speak about physical security with host Mike Seeklander. In the show I promised to post a list of links to some of the tools I talked about, so here it is! I will keep adding to this list and push it to the top as it is updated.
Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E058: New to Privacy? Start Here! Privacy is a huge topic and knowing where to start can be overwhelming. This week Drew and I sit down to discuss how to overcome analysis paralysis and develop a plan to reclaim your right to privacy.
In my quest for “backup options” to the security and privacy tools I use daily, I have recently rediscovered Brave. I tried it a few months back at a reader’s request. At the time I didn’t really give it the chance it deserved because Firefox met all my browsing needs and my attention was probably elsewhere. Recently, in the interim between the launch of Firefox 57 and the release of the new NoScript, I gave Brave a second chance. I’ve…
Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E057: Financial Privacy & Security with Joshua Sheats This week Jesse and I sit down with Joshua Sheats of the Radical Personal Finance Podcast. We discuss financial privacy & security issues and why financial stability is imperative to maintaining your personal privacy.
As regular readers here know, I have used and advocated for Private Internet Access for quite some time. A couple of months ago my subscription was nearing its end, and I wanted to shop around a bit. While I don’t have a single complaint about PIA, I have recently come to the realization that I need to stay flexible in my choices. I don’t want to be scrambling for a replacement if the day comes that PIA is no longer…