This week’s mailbag is all about security — from some of the best self-defense weapons to the simplest thing you can do to safeguard your online privacy. Plus, six expert tips to ensure your bike won’t get stolen — even when you travel with it.
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The debate about whether the government has the right to access encrypted data on personal devices is not going away anytime soon. The FBI claims their actions are necessary to thwart terrorism, while tech companies (including Apple) maintain this practice raises serious privacy concerns.
As I’m sure you’re aware, on Dec. 14, 2017, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) voted to repeal net neutrality rules. What you might not be aware of is what this actually means, how it will affect you and whether your privacy will still be protected.
This week, learn how to build your survival food storage cheaply and easily — even if you’re on a fixed income. Also, discover where to buy an affordable gas mask, whether a fireproof safe will work as a Faraday cage and how to find out if your VPN stores any information on you.
This week’s mailbag covers questions about cooking in the great outdoors, how to shield yourself from internet marketing companies and my personal recommendations for guns, multitools and more.
The bottom line is we know the government conducts surveillance on civilians. This is one of the many reasons you need to take your privacy into your own hands and enact these five steps to protect yourself.
This week’s mailbag answers several questions related to maintaining your digital privacy as well as filtering and storing drinkable water. Also, included are the top two knife brands I recommend.
Public Wi-Fi is incredibly susceptible to hackers — I don’t recommend using it unless you’re also using a VPN (virtual private network). But most people feel pretty safe using their own personal Wi-Fi connection at home or work, right? If you’re one of those people, here is a good reason you should be a little more careful — no matter what wireless network you are connected to.
This week, I received several reader questions about free services or no-cost DIY tricks to protect your wealth and privacy. Now, I’m all for saving money where I can, but sometimes it’s worth it to pay for quality.
Using a VPN (virtual private network) is one of the best things you can do prevent identity theft. Today, I’m giving you the chance to try out my preferred VPN for FREE, plus expert answers to reader questions. Check it out.