What I’m Using for Privacy
In the past weeks I’ve been thinking a lot about online privacy. I’ve been setting up a new Mac (a Hackintosh, to be precise) which means that I’ve been installing my day-to-day software. Many of these programs are ones that I’ve chosen over the years specifically to enhance my online privacy and aren’t ‘stock’ applications.
Over the next few posts I’ll go over each piece of my privacy puzzle and explain why I chose it over the standard applications. As a collection I think that they represent a pretty good start at locking down my online presence, and you might find my thought process useful. I’m also open to constructive criticism…if you think I’ve missed something, let me know.
I’ll list what I’m using in the following table and and provide links to the individual articles explaining my choices as they are written.
|Category||What I use||Instead of|
|Thunderbird||Apple Mail, GMail etc|
|Cloud||SeaFile||Any commercial service|
|Cell / voice calls||Facetime||Just dialing a number|