How to Stop T-Mobile from Selling Your Web Browsing Data to Advertisers

 

The T-Mobile headquarters in Bellevue, Washington.
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T-Mobile will begin sharing your web browsing and mobile app data with advertisers starting April 26, 2021. T-Mobile is automatically enabling this for nearly everyone, but you can opt-out to prevent T-Mobile from selling this data to marketers.

This also applies to other T-Mobile-owned carriers, including Sprint and Metro by T-Mobile.

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How to Use Bangs in DuckDuckGo (to Search Other Websites)

 

The DuckDuckGo search home page on a laptop screen.
DuckDuckGo

DuckDuckGo is a search engine that respects your privacy by not selling your search history or tracking you across the web. It also has a few nifty features, including bangs, which let you search other websites right from DuckDuckGo. Here’s how.

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The 8 Best Alternatives to Patreon

I’d also add bbnomics.com which is black owned..

Looking to crowdfund your next project? These Patreon alternatives can help you do just that.

“Thank you to my Patreons, I’ll see you guys next time,” is probably one of the most frequently heard sentences from content creators on YouTube.

Many content creators, especially those with fewer subscribers on YouTube, rely on funds from their supporters to keep their channels running. But because giving out banking details on the internet is a dangerous move, many direct their supporters to crowdfunding websites like Patreon.

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How Law Enforcement Gets Around Your Smartphone’s Encryption : Android

 

This recently released research paper: Data Security on Mobile Devices: Current State of the Art, Open Problems, and Proposed Solutions by Matthew Green and his team which is also covered by WIRED talks about design flaw in data encryption of android and iOS. Wired brushes off most of the technical details and the paper didn’t cover android’s File Based Encryption very well which I think needs some clarity on it. The paper draws the correct conclusion though and what should be improved in successor android versions.

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Brown Sugar … a new “black” media network

Looks interesting….

Stream the BIGGEST Collection
of the BADDEST Movies!

Brown Sugar is a streaming service where you can watch hit movies and TV shows along with the largest collection of classic black cinema, un-cut and commercial-free, streamed to your phone, tablet, computer or TV.
Getting started is easy:
1. Download the Brown Sugar app.
2. Follow the steps to set up your login information and account.
3. Start your free 7-day trial.
4. Use your login information to watch on all your favorite devices.

After your free trial, enjoy Brown Sugar for just $3.99/month. You will be automatically billed each month through your Roku Account at confirmation of purchase. There’s no commitment – cancel anytime.

What You’ll Get:
From Foxy Brown and The Mack, to Ali and Saints and Sinners, it’s a black explosion of hot chicks, cool cats and cult classics. With Brown Sugar, you can enjoy urban films and TV shows anytime and anywhere.

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How to Use Shelter to Sandbox Apps on Android

 

Shelter is a handy app that lets you create a sandbox on your Android device. This means you can run cloned copies of apps, store documents, and maintain accounts separately from your main workspace. It’s like having an extra phone living inside your device! Continue reading