Keeping My Digital Stuff Private

A pragmatist’s guide

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A friend of mine who works in cybersecurity told me there’s no such thing as privacy on the web. You’re on it and not private. Or you stay off it. As simple and as binary as that!

The issue of web privacy has been gnawing away at me for some time. I guess, as you’re reading this, it’s probably been taking up some room in your consciousness, too.

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SEO, digital marketer, writer, herder of cookbooks, photographer, audiophile and jazz nut. Aspirant polymath. david@davidrosam.com https://davidrosam.com

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David Rosam

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SEO, digital marketer, writer, herder of cookbooks, photographer, audiophile and jazz nut. Aspirant polymath. david@davidrosam.com https://davidrosam.com

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