I live on the first floor and we needed more privacy. I thought this did a pretty good job! Installed the fence with zip ties, super easy! Here’s the before and after
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PGPP - Pretty Good Phone Privacy schneier.com/blog/archive…
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Pretty good podcast on privacy adoption (the meat of it starts about 10 minutes in) youtu.be/ZYvjqCKDOEo
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i work at a childcare center specifically with the school age children, for our christmas door decorating contest, the kiddo’s wanted an among us theme! i think i did pretty good! (names are blocked for privacy purposes!)
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πŸ‘€︎ u/maddiegazzelle8
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Phil Zimmermann, the inventor of "Pretty Good Privacy" email encryption, was pursued for illegally exporting cryptography technology. To beat the law, he published the source code as a hardcover book, which was protected as free speech, and could therefore be exported freely en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/P…
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Just finished a set of cedar planters to create a privacy wall on a itsy bitsy tinny tiny patio. I think they came out pretty good for my first attempt reddit.com/gallery/in6db7
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πŸ‘€︎ u/scottyharvath
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Ecosia: this search engine plants trees for every search you make. An average of 1 tree per 45 searches - they planted 50 million trees between February 2019 and July 2020. With you adhering to it will make the tree planting growth even more exponential. Their privacy policies are pretty good too. blog.ecosia.org/100-milli…
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With Apple's stance and pretty good record on privacy, do you think Apple will ever create E2E encrypted services like email, iCloud drive, etc.?

This would enable them to compete with services like ProtonMail and the upcoming ProtonDrive. I'd happily use these services if Apple would create them.

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What is PGP Encryption? Everything You Need to Know About Pretty Good Privacy ctemplar.com/what-is-pgp-…
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Stay truly anonymous. Use a VPN every time you use the TOR browser. Encrypt all messages with PGP (pretty good privacy). /r/mydrugofchoice/comment…
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Stay truly anonymous. Use a VPN every time you use the TOR browser. Encrypt all messages with PGP (pretty good privacy). /r/mydrugofchoice/comment…
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Stay truly anonymous. Use a VPN every time you use the TOR browser. Encrypt all messages with PGP (pretty good privacy).

STAY ALERT:

  1. Purchase a VPN service to hide your IP address. (pay in Bitcoin)
  2. Purchase Bitcoin at an ATM machine. (use a burner phone, wear a mask, etc.)
  3. Deposit Bitcoin into your trading account. (double check QR code)
  4. Trade your Bitcoin for Monero.
  5. Use a secure wallet to hold your crypto.

SUGGESTIONS:

  1. Private Internet Access
  2. CoinCloud ATM
  3. www.blockchain.info (enter address, screenshot code just in case)
  4. KuCoin Exchange
  5. Download "Exodus Wallet"

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[Request] Pretty good privacy/PMP

Back to jailbreak after many years. Used to love Pretty good privacy or Protect my privacy. This used to be tweaks that allowed me to allow or block any outgoing traffic per app, per URL, temporarily or permanently.

This was great for blocking google analytics, fluffy/flurry (or whatever the tracker was called), Facebook and all the other intrusions. It was also great to make sure a tweak that wanted more info didn’t connect to other places. Example: I would like to be absolutely sure ReProvision doesn’t connect anywhere else than *.apple.com

Is there a tweak for this nowadays?

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Opinion on setup? Think I did pretty good, and bigger hide will come with age. Also put a black sheet over the right side of the tank for privacy, and humidity hold when shed time comes.
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Skynet needs to starts encrypting the date that they send terminators back in time, so we won't have to sit through anymore of these shit movies, Skynet needs to install Pretty Good Privacy.
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πŸ‘€︎ u/KarmaWhore97
πŸ“…︎ Nov 08 2019
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Think Blokstream can't kill Bitcoin? A cautionary tale: Pretty Good Privacy (PGP)

PGP was released in 1991 as a way for anyone to encrypt their email with another person by exchanging public keys.

If you read the history of PGP, it's eerily similar to that of Bitcoin.

I still remember it being released back in the early 90's. This software was classified as a weapon, and its early creator was charged with "exporting munitions without a license". I can't make this @#[email protected] up, read the link.

What happened next? Well, a private company put all the PGP developers on their payroll... Sound familiar?

Fast forward, no commercially viable product using PGP encryption ever reached more than pockets of enthusiasts, and four years after the private company started, the guy who started it all gave up and moved on to other things.

Today, over 15 years later, PGP (or any decentralized public / private key email encryption scheme) isn't used broadly. Encryption schemes are all centralized and controlled by providers, which makes them easy to crack from a single contact point.

Bitcoin was not criminalized directly, but tight rules were put on its exchange. This, like PGP, made it very easy to go to jail if you dealt with the software or distributed it.

Next, Blokstream hires the a majority of core developers (in terms of commit activity) and buys social media support that silences any competing projects or ideas.

There's $76m behind this effort. If people go to an alt-coin, they will be viewed as deserters. If they try to change Bitcoin from the inside, they are stymied and attacked. There's reason to believe that miners are under pressure from regulators in China, and it wouldn't be much of a stretch for that pressure to be related to the efforts to keep Bitcoin small.

This is a sticky situation. Don't underestimate it.

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Pretty Good Privacy with keybase.io daniellemarco.nl/wp/2019/…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/CapitalMatter
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The Economist is starting ten days of "Open Discussion" about trans identities. The Economist is pretty good about these things so I'm hopeful that it'll go well. (If you get stuck behind a paywall just open it in privacy mode) economist.com/open-future…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Sophia_Forever
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This AI reads privacy policies so you don’t have to β€” and it’s actually pretty good thenextweb.com/apps/2019/…
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Invasion of Privacy by Cardi B isn't actually that bad of an album. Its honestly pretty good.

I would typically not post here but I figured this would be ridiculously controversial so why not.

I didn't like Bodack Yellow or her other single so I just sort of labeled her as bad and trashy, but I saw the Invasion of Privacy actually got some surprising accolades from rap critics, who they themselves were shocked at how good it was. Decided to take a listen and... its not bad, its actually pretty good. She reminds me of a latin-trap influenced old school lil kim.

I think her voice can come off as obnoxious to a lot, but that is just a typical bronx accent. But when she really raps, she definitely has bars. Songs like Bickenhead are hilarious and honestly sound great. Be Careful was a well written song about her situation with her boyfriend cheating. The lyrics and flow were genuinely good. I Like It was a good latin pop song overall, and was kind of a love letter to her home in the bronx.

It was just a well rounded pop-rap album with some really good shining moments. Certain parts of it were overtly obnoxious but the parts where it was good shows that she definitely has a lot of talent. She is like what Nicki Minaj could have been if she didn't go full awful pop the second she got some attention.

I will say however the Bariter Cardi is fucking awful.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/willmaster123
πŸ“…︎ Feb 10 2019
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Who's Afraid Of Google Glass? "We're marching boldly into a panopticon future ... And now, suddenly, you're irate about the potential privacy repercussions of a few geeks bearing glasses?" -- This is short, and IMHO pretty good. techcrunch.com/2013/03/16…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/teknikisto
πŸ“…︎ Mar 16 2013
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TIL the founder of "Pretty Good Privacy" encryption got around USA's munition export laws by printing the entire code as a book and claiming 1st amendment rights philzimmermann.com/EN/new…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Aypolo
πŸ“…︎ May 27 2013
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Google Working On End-to-End Encryption for Gmail Service That Will Use The Very Secure PGP (Pretty Good Privacy). thehackernews.com/2014/04…
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So if monero will be the "best privacy" coin not as suited to microtransactions, what's y'all's opinion on the best " pretty good privacy" coin, with low fees and fast confirmations?

Like something to use for daily spending. Is dash really the best?? Because I don't like the premine aspect of that coin. What are other options s.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/TheCaveBear
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Understand Pretty Good Privacy or PGP by Simulating it! medium.com/@tejaas_solank…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/tejaas_solanki
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Understand Pretty Good Privacy or PGP by Simulating it! medium.com/@tejaas_solank…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/tejaas_solanki
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A Pretty Good (Privacy) guide in creating keys and subkeys for multiple devices paranoidmode.com/index.ht…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/rowland007
πŸ“…︎ Nov 30 2018
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Phil Zimmerman the creator of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) joins Startpage.com ghacks.net/2018/06/05/phi…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/motang
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Understand Pretty Good Privacy or PGP by Simulating it medium.com/@tejaas_solank…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/tejaas_solanki
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[Xposed] WhatsappX - Module that adds pretty good privacy features.

From the official XDA thread: >1. Per Contact Wallpaper Personalize your chats by applying individual wallpapers to each of your contacts. 2. Lock Contacts Lock selected chats with pin-protection 3. Hide Message Preview Hide the message preview displayed on the main screen of whatsapp (also for selected contacts) 4. Save Favorites Add important messages to WhatsAppX so you dont have to scroll through your whole chat history

Got it working on my N5 and its great.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/javiwankenobi
πŸ“…︎ Dec 15 2014
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Having a generic name IRL is pretty good from a privacy point of view

So I just realized that people who have generic names like John Smith are pretty hard to track down using social media or Google, whereas people with unique names are quite easily traceable.

In all my life I hated my name because of this, but now rather I see it as a blessing.

Edit: maybe I should've posted it to /r/Showerthoughts.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/FuckingWhoreBitch
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TIL that when Phil Zimmermann, the inventor of "Pretty Good Privacy" email encryption, was pursued for illegally exporting military technology, he published the source code of PGP as a book, which thus was protected as free speech. spiegel.de/international/…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/jamesjoyce1882
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[1/29/2014] "This kind of crap is why I stopped using a cell phone all together. Nothing but bad news for your privacy, liberties, and freedom." /r/androiod gets mad about a proposed anti-theft killswitch for phones. Other comments are pretty good too. np.reddit.com/r/Android/c…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/njechoalpha
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Seeing as bitcoin is so heavily influenced by good news/bad news, wouldn't the recent privacy/freedom related issues like NSA surveillance and riots in turkey correlate positively with bitcoin? We've been pretty stable with low volatility, so I would have assumed that any movement would be up.
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πŸ“…︎ Jun 07 2013
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"[the files] were created in Pretty Good Privacy ... He sent the files to British intelligence services, which returned them decrypted" online.wsj.com/article/SB…
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