Tag: privacy

Browser History, Unraveling Hacks, Floating Cities – New World Next Week

04/01/2017


This week on the New World Next Week: Congress just passed a bill allowing ISPs to sell your search history; the Russian hacking story is falling apart at the seams; and liberty takes to the seas with free, floating cities.

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Interview 1265 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

03/30/201739 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Congress just passed a bill allowing ISPs to sell your search history; the Russian hacking story is falling apart at the seams; and liberty takes to the seas with seasteading.

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Authenticating Journalism, Metadata Shutdown, Fight The Surveillance State – New World Next Week

12/05/2015

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Cat Surveillance, Space Mining, Government Distrust – New World Next Week

11/28/2015

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Interview 1115 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

11/26/201518 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: a new website helps people understand the dangers of geolocation data in photos; space mining is one step closer to reality; and more Americans than ever understand that their government is the enemy.

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Interview 989 – Pearse Redmond Peels the TOR Onion

01/13/201523 Comments

The TOR Project promises its users a modicum of privacy protection from would-be information gatherers, both smalltime crooks and nation-state cybersecurity agencies. But do these promises hold up to scrutiny? And who is behind the TOR Project itself? And why did a TOR developer recently doxx a critic on Twitter? Joining us today to dissect this onion stew is Pearse Redmond of Porkins Policy Review.

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Where’s The Fed Documentary? (video)

06/25/20140 Comments

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Interview 706 – Dr. Katherine Albrecht on the Startpage private search engine

07/12/20130 Comments

Dr. Katherine Albrecht joins us today to talk about the world’s most private search engine: StartPage.com. We discuss the importance of privacy in a search engine, the privacy policy that makes StartPage unique amongst its competition, and the forthcoming StartMail.com that will provide a webmail service that does not read your emails (unlike gmail, hotmail, Yahoo! mail and other mainstream options) and is protected by PGP encryption.

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