5 thoughts on “Edward Snowden — How your Cellphone is used to spy on you”

  1. Br. Alexis – I believe Edward Snowden did a service to us by exposing the government surveillance programs. Is he a heroic whistleblower or a traitor? What do you think?

    1. At the time, I though he was a criminal, not a traitor. But now I believe he is a hero for humanity against the Globalist cabal.

  2. A way to hide your real IP address (device’s digital ‘return address’)/location from apps using internet data (and also from websites you browse) is to use a reputable virtual private network (VPN). This gives your internet traffic a different IP address based in a country of your choice. It also encrypts all data travelling between your device and the VPN server to protect it from third parties such as internet service providers, hackers and government surveillance. Just make sure the VPN service itself is committed to privacy.

    To limit the amount of personal information companies like Google and Microsoft collect about you avoid their services as much as possible and use privacy focused services such as:

    Firefox, Opera, DuckDuckGo or Brave browsers combined with search engines such as DuckDuckGo or SwissCows.

    Lists of secure email services:


    Guide to device security:

    Text messages (SMS) can be encrypted by mutally using Silence app

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