62 - Crowd-Sourced Digital Privacy:
The Watchman Privacy Podcast

62 - Crowd-Sourced Digital Privacy:

13 Apr • 28m 52s
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Show Notes

Gabriel Custodiet speaks with Jonah Aragon and Niek de Wilde of They cover a variety of digital privacy topics including making use of frontends, the demise of Firefox, the superiority of native applications, self-hosting, RSS readers, and backing up our computers. Guest Links →   Watchman Privacy → (newsletter, consultation requests) → →   Privacy Courses (supports the show) → →   Monero Donation Address (If you can't see the whole string, double click in the middle to select all) →8829DiYwJ344peEM7SzUspMtgUWKAjGJRHmu4Q6R8kEWMpafiXPPNBkeRBhNPK6sw27urqqMYTWWXZrsX6BLRrj7HiooPAy   Please subscribe to and rate this podcast wherever you can to help it thrive. Thank you! → →   Timeline 0:00 – Introduction 3:51 – How should we evaluate digital privacy services? 4:33 – How important is a company’s stance on privacy (example: VPN)?  6:12 – How to make Tor a bigger part of our lives 8:49 – Does Tor have a backdoor? 10:46 – Using frontends for social media privacy 12:50 – Recommended browser, and are we heading toward the death of Mozilla Firefox browser? 16:11 – Using native applications vs browser versions of services 18:45 – What are privacy seekers exposing that they don’t appreciate as much as they should? 20:08 – Is self-hosting the answer? 23:22 – News aggregators aka RSS readers 26:01 – Process for backing up data 27:34 – Final thoughts
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7,777 sats
14 Apr
great info as usual
1,000 sats
16 Apr
Great ep. Thanks
111 sats
13 Apr
been using rss readers for years. best way to get your news and whatever else. eliminates an insane amount of online noise.