@mootParadox Thanks for bringing back in my mind ffprofile! Anyway, my list is pretty similar. I don't like HTTPS Everywhere since is obsolete and doesn't work as expected (https://www.reddit.com/r/privacytoolsIO/comments/5qnq6j/time_to_stop_recommending_https_everywhere/)
@castrillo thanks for your feedback. I am an happy DuckDuckGo user. MetaGer is nice but afaik it's mostly useful for germans.
«The Internet shouldn't feel so creepy and getting the #privacy you deserve online should be as simple as closing the blinds».
What Is the business model for #DuckDuckGo?
@RachaelAva1024 thanks for your feedback! My Firefox installation is already hardened af, so I didn't notice any difference until now.
@SaulRS951 I suggest you to have a read here: https://www.sans.org/blog/time-for-password-expiration-to-die/
@SaulRS951 I am not sure to get what you said, anyway you can setup and expire time after that you get a notification to check/update the entry.
Google sends the images to #NCMEC, which sends them on to LE Task Force. The agent can open the attachment sans warrant.
@PublicNuisance I understand what you mean but I wouldn't totally agree: it's always up to the developer to create something evil or not.
@ennedia the older I get, the more I am capable of ignoring what I don't endorse. We are lucky the world is big enough. :-)
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