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Welcome to searx
Searx is a free internet metasearch engine which aggregates results from more than 70 search services. Users are neither tracked nor profiled. Additionally, searx can be used over Tor for online anonymity.
search  diy  privacy  internet  metasearch  google  ddg 
september 2017 by kybernetikos
How low (power) can you go? - Charlie's Diary
So for the cost of removing chewing gum, a city in 2030 will be able to give every square metre of its streets the processing power of a 2012 tablet computer
future  power  privacy  technology  computing  energy  koomeyslaw  city  stross 
july 2017 by kybernetikos
vox.SPACE: Being privacy-aware in 2016
As more and more people are living a digital life inside their computers, discussions about privacy and whether or not we can expect to be protected from intrusions in our private lives are taking over the Internet. Regardless of your thoughts on the subject, if you are just a concerned citizen or the newest whistle-blower, there are some ways you can protect your privacy while browsing the Internet or visiting a new country. This is not an exhaustive list, it's just a compilation of useful information I gathered.
encryption  privacy  security 
june 2016 by kybernetikos
Generate a Random Name - Fake Name Generator
Fake Name Generator automatically generates literally every single account registration field value that you can probably think of. This includes phone, website, email, username, password, account security questions, fake CC and SS numbers, occupation, company, physical traits, and more.
generator  identity  privacy  tools  fake  address  id  name 
october 2012 by kybernetikos
Alice and Bob in Cipherspace » American Scientist
Fully Homomorphic Encryption allows computation on encrypted data.
encryption  privacy  cloud  homomorphic  computation  fhe 
september 2012 by kybernetikos
How to zap a camera
A simple countersurveillance technique discussed - using lasers to blind cameras.
surveillance  privacy  camera  security  laser 
january 2008 by kybernetikos
iSee
Institute for Applied Autonomys application for finding "the path of least surveillance" in Manhattan.
surveillance  maps  privacy  security  cctv 
january 2008 by kybernetikos
Search Wikia
Planning for a transparant search. Doesn't seem to be much activity sadly.
search  wiki  transparency  community  quality  privacy 
january 2008 by kybernetikos

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