How To Protect Your Phone From The Government

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  • KyleDotExe reply I just want to point out that I would NOT recommend Tor as a regular browser, because the exit node (the last person to pass your information via proxy before it is sent to the web server) is still able to see what you input into the browser, so it would be really bad to input things like SSN's or credit card numbers through Tor, because while the government can't necessarily see what you put in, even worse: someone ELSE could see what you input. Tor is primarily used to block your IP and information you don't want tracked to you, but if you put in identifiable information, then you are still vulnerable. If you ask me, a VPN browser located in a country outside of the USA is a better option, because VPN companies outside of the US are not required by government to give information if told to, and even if they do give it in, the information is usually encrypted if your VPN is a good one.
  • old-school reply he says the next 4 years. what about the last 8? you think encrypting something is going to stop them. give one of those d wave quantum computers some time it will break it. the only way your privacy will be secure is when the 4th amendment is actually respected. the next 4 years should be somewhat better if what has happened is an indicator.
  • VibeSensational reply Jokes on you. I'm using Android
  • HungryJeff1 reply they're watching us... no one is safe...
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