Alternative products to Naughty List

14 alternative and related products to Naughty List

Naughty List
Tech companies that won't delete your information

Naughty List is a list of tech companies that won't delete your information

services with the highest rank have the worst policies.

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Privacy-friendly alternatives to Google products ❤️

No More Google shows privacy-friendly alternatives to Google products

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Ycombinator
Maybe it was after they took the company public but it slowly started to ratchet in the other direction. Products became increasingly and heavily monetized or shut down entirely. More and more attempts at lock-in and data control.
The Verge
As Google faces questions today during a congressional hearing on digital privacy, a former Google scientist is asking senators to press the company on its controversial Chinese search engine plans. Jack Poulson, a former senior research scientist at the company, publicly resigned from Google over concerns about the project, codenamed "Project Dragonfly."
Twitter
Lame: if you want to save a home or work address in Google Maps, you now have to allow activity tracking throughout Google services.
A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering
This blog is mainly reserved for cryptography, and I try to avoid filling it with random "someone is wrong on the Internet" posts. After all, that's what Twitter is for! But from time to time something bothers me enough that I have to make an exception.
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Facebook alternatives that makes it easier to move away 😝

After Facebook's privacy scandals‍, many people are trying to move away, but can't find good alternatives to FB products 🤷🏻‍♂️

So I created this list of alternatives 🙌 It supports adding and upvoting your fav. products 🤩

Inspired by No More Google by @levelsio.

Hope you find it useful 😻

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Nytimes
You are the product: That is the deal many Silicon Valley companies offer to consumers. The users get free search engines, social media accounts and smartphone apps, and the companies use the personal data they collect - your searches, "likes," phone numbers and friends - to target and sell advertising.
Nytimes
Internal documents show that the social network gave Microsoft, Amazon, Spotify and others far greater access to people's data than it has disclosed. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief executive, at a Senate hearing in April. Internal Facebook records describe data-sharing deals that benefited more than 150 companies. Credit Credit Aaron P.
Ycombinator
Ultimately, I don't think it's helpful to most users to throw a smorgasbord of possible vaguely-related alternatives at them. A more useful resource would be to take up the strategy of Wirecutter, in which the best and second-best options are highlighted, with actual explanations and thoughts.
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Privacy-centric Google Voice alternative

PhonePrivacy is privacy-centric Google Voice alternative which allows for multiple phone numbers as well.

I built PhonePrivacy because I was frustrated by having multiple email addresses but only one phone number. Once my phone number was out, anyone could contact me.

PhonePrivacy lets you buy numbers and use them like you would any other.

3 Alternatives to PhonePrivacy

Make your website GDPR compliant

Secure Privacy helps organizations make their websites GDPR and ePrivacy compliant. The solution scans your website for thousands of plugins and cookies, and setup the necessary privacy banners based on the scanning.

You can block cookies and pixels from being loaded on a website before consent has been given by the visitor.

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MarTechSeries
Using automated consent management solutions, organizations can document and provide evidence that you have the necessary consent, with the administrative, contractual, economical downsides and risks associated It took four years of intense debate and preparation to finally approve the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
International Business Times UK
It is no secret that EU has been slamming Silicon Valley companies with large fines. In June 2017, we saw Google being fined a record high penalty of $2.7bn for using its search engine to unfairly steer visitors to its own shopping platform. The EU has a new weapon called GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation.
Legaltech News
Gabrielle Orum Hernández | Prosperoware's new integration system CAM, and its components CAM Provisioning and CAM ContentMirror, lets users work across multiple cloud-based systems. Larry Bridgesmith, Vanderbilt Law School | The blockchain has a number of novel applications for access to justice initiatives, such as the Internet Bar Organization's outreach t… See more
CSO Online
The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect in May 2018, which means that any organization doing business in or with the EU has six months from this writing to comply with the strict new privacy law. The GDPR applies to any organization holding or processing personal data of E.U.
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