Listen to the audio version of this essay here. Quick note: I have more plans in the future for this newsletter than simply giving the text of my podca…
Listen to the audio version of this story here. Dear fellow privacy seekers, Jason is a private person. He lives a life of minimal invasion and maximal…
Dear privacy seekers, In this episode I speak with Paul Rosenberg, a kind of renaissance man who is an engineer, philosopher, occasional theologian, an…
Dear privacy seekers, In this episode I speak with JJ Luna, author of the influential book How to Be Invisible, which influenced most of the people you…
Listen to the audio version of this essay here. (Quick note: this newsletter is not encouraging you to do anything. It is informational only, as you wi…
Dear privacy seekers, In this episode I speak with Sonal Tolman, a former lawyer for Big Tech. But a quick disclaimer: this not an exposé of what happe…
In summary, Apple doesn’t believe in privacy as they’ve often claimed, and their propaganda about “What you do on your phone stays on your phone” has b…
Dear privacy seekers, This week I sat down with a legend in privacy circles. Barry Reid is the founder of Eden Press and its most famous book: The Pape…
Listen to the audio version of this essay here. Dear privacy seekers, You may have noticed—or maybe not—the slow encroachment of rental culture into ou…
Dear privacy seekers, Today I interviewed the CEO of a company that builds self-sufficient—or nearly self-sufficient—seapods which one can live in out …
It's not secret that Big Tech companies don't care about your privacy.
McAfee was one of the first people to understand the opportunity and danger of interconnected systems.