Posted in Privacy & Security
Privacy on the internet has always been important to me. I guess this is because I grew up in Germany where, in no small part due to experiences with the Nazi government and, later, the Stasi in Eastern Germany, people are generally more privacy conscious. For example, when the implications of the 180-day rule in the US Electronic Communications Privacy Act really sunk in, I moved all my personal email hosting out of the United States. Last year, I finally realised that I should talk about privacy and mass surveillance more publicly, which I then did; in a talk, in a group interview on privacy and security, and an interview about the Pixelated project.
At the same time I'm running this website. Do I put my money where my mouth is? What am I doing with this website regarding your privacy?