Edward Snowden's Guide to Practical Privacy


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12725597644_06e916a07d_bNSA whistle-blower, Edward Snowden, provided a practical guide to privacy in an interview with "digital bodyguard" Micah Lee that was published on The Intercept. 

This guide gives step by step suggestions and recommendations on how to protect information that you deem sensitive or just to protect your private life from the unwanted intruder; such as the mass-surveillance that Snowden brought to light in his major leak of U.S. government documents.

Snowden's privacy guide helps a range of individuals like the everyday Joe to those handling extremely important information.

For Average Users:

Use Tor

Tor (The Onion Router) is free software that helps defend against network surveillance. It can be used when searching something you deem is sensitive. A downside of using Tor is that it is considerably slower. It can also be blocked by certain sites. So, you do not have to use it all of the time. But it can come in handy if you don’t want sensitive searches being seen by anyone else.Tor_project_logo_hq