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My Internet Toolbox Isn’t Totally Privacy-Focused

These are the tools I use almost every day. This is a list of the general internet tools I use, which you’ll notice includes some non-private tools.

Email: Outlook and ProtonMail

For work, I use an Outlook email account. I know this isn’t the best option, but I would guess that there are plenty of people who are using Outlook accounts…




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Privacy, technology and internet culture. Trying my hand at YouTube here: youtube.com/c/privacy-guy

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