A pragmatic guide to digital privacy
Nobody wants big tech tracking their every movement, thought, and desire. Nobody likes it when we search for something on Google, or linger too long on a picture on Instagram, and suddenly all we see is ads for it on Facebook. It's creepy. It's invasive. It's downright bad for humanity. It's also a lot of work to completely extricate yourself from.
So I'm writing a guide to digital privacy for people who don't have the time, energy, or necessary skills to get deep in the weeds when it comes to taking back a bit of privacy. There's actually a lot of low-hanging fruit, and very simple ways you can start snatching back your brain from big tech, that cost nothing and won't even have the slightest impact on your day-to-day experience.