Okay, so we all get that we can surf the web and find amazing tools for organizing, collaborate and blog about our campaigns. But when it comes to creating secure searches, protecting our privacy and organizing online things get a little harder. Many activists brush aside these protective measures because they don't think they have the skills - this can be risky and unwarranted thanks to Hacktion Lab. They've created this simple, easy to use guide that can turn any average activist into a technology savvy hacktivist. This guide includes:
How to browse the internet anonymously
Technical tweaks to enhance your privacy
Setting up anonymous social media accounts
Using private email services and lists
Using free software and tailoring it to your needs
Secure sites for blogging
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