WikiLeaks dumped almost 9000 pages of secret CIA documents on the web for all to see, detailing dozens of secret hacking tools and techniques. What does this all mean for you and me?
In this week’s interview, I speak with Daniel Davis from the privacy-preserving web search engine company DuckDuckGo. We discuss how crafty marketing services are attempting to track everywhere you go on the web in an effort to show you highly targeted (and highly profitable) advertising. We explain how it all works and give you several tips on how you can protect your privacy.
Daniel Davis is Community Manager at DuckDuckGo, the search engine that doesn’t track you. Working with both contributing developers and end users, he’s passionate about spreading the benefits of open source and online privacy.
For Further Insight:
The company’s blog: https://spreadprivacy.com
Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/duckduckgo
Connect on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/duck-duck-go
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