Making Real Privacy open source
Dan Arel | January 15, 2019

When I first launched Real Privacy last year, I did so as a closed sourced site. I wanted to create something simple, a blend between sites like PrivacyTools, Privacy.Haus, and Prism Break. I love all of those sites and they helped me through my own journey to taking privacy more seriously.

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Taking your data back from Google
Dan Arel | December 30, 2018

When I decided to launch RealPrivacy it was because I got tired of noticing that I would email a friend about a product, or do a quick Google search for something and then the next time I logged onto Facebook, I would be served an ad for that same thing. I started looking around the web and wateched a TED Talk by Glenn Greenwald, and something he said really stuck with me.

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