In light of Pridefall (https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/7kpbba/operation-pridefall-4chan-gay-pride-2020) and local concern, I'm running a workshop for a local queer organization on internet #privacy and safety later this week.
I'm already covering things like ad tracking and "the big 3," as well as phishing sites and chain/group emails/messages. I've also got time set aside for checking SSL certs and VPN safety concerns.
Aside from things like switching to the fediverse and using privacy respecting alternatives, what should I cover?
While teaching about the permanence of things on the internet:
Remember the case of Beyonce. She wanted snusnu, but wasn't happy with the picture.
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