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PhonePrivacy
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.

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No More Google shows privacy-friendly alternatives to Google products

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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.
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.
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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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Ycombinator
In trying to delete a few accounts, some services outright refused to delete my info, without giving any reason. Therefore, I've decided in to create a naughty list of tech companies who don't respect your right to your own information.
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Deletist

noun /dɪˈliːtɪst/

a person who deletes their data in the quest for anonymity, privacy and minimalism: paving the way for ethical decentralised systems.

I designed this website as a series of advice and guides on how to reduce your digital data footprint, become anonymous and make more time.

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