I’ll be going live soon on the Techlore channel for a Q&A. I made a post on our Patreon for patrons to ask any questions (which are the most prioritized.) But from there, I’ll be taking a look here in this thread before I look at the live chat.
Questions can be about:
A personal privacy/security question for your situation
A broad privacy/security question
Something about Techlore
Something about myself
Really anything as long as it’s appropriate
Thanks everyone for being active here and I’m looking forward to any questions you may have.
You might have answered this recently in a short or something, but I generally avoid those. I would like to know more about your (or anyone that joins you today) current day to day setup. I’m even fine with you just telling me where I can find that if it’s recent enough.
Actually one more quick question: What do you think about 2FAS? (https://2fas.com) I’m not aware of you ever mentioning and I love the idea of the ease of use. I know you really stick with things that you know will be around, but still something I’d love to know.
Today is also my BDAY so these answers would REALLY make my day. Much love to you and the rest of your team.
You have often said that you use Brave as your primary browser, and one of the reasons is that it has good privacy settings out of the box. However, as a more technical user, I’m sure you could also easily harden Firefox, and as you have previously stated, the field of Firefox hardening is relatively straightforward these days compared to the past when you had to install multiple different extensions. Therefore, I’m curious about what made you ultimately choose Brave when it’s also generally known that you can make Firefox more private than Brave, and you would also be fighting against the Chromium monopoly.
How do you combat the feeling of “not doing enough” when you go from something that is “objectively” more private to something more convenient? (i.e.: GrapheneOS to iOS or Linux to macOS?) Such as in cases where benefits of convenience outweigh a need for “more privacy”?
Thank you for the opportunity to submit possible questions for the Q&A. I have two questions if that isn’t being too greedy.
As a fellow Tesla driver, do you have any updates on using a Tesla as privately as possible? I covered the internal cabin camera and disabled all the data sharing options in the vehicle software. Is there anything else I can do (without violating the warranty or breaking something)?
Have you seen the TV series Mr Robot and what were your thoughts on the show overall?
I am currently cleaning my digital footprint or at least reducing it. But I come across some services and apps which doesn’t provide any option to delete or deactivate account, for example Discovery+ app, Byjus’s app. Some of the apps and websites are already shutdown in which I created account or shared my personal data to them. What should I do for such services and apps? BTW I am from India. And I have already contacted customer care of all those apps and services but they constantly repeat that they do not have facility or option to delete account.