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How I Use Blur to Protect my Passwords, Payments & Privacy

The following post was written by Justin Carroll, a longtime user of Blur and friend of Abine. Justin Carroll is a veteran of over fifteen years in the service of the United States Government. He is a plank-owner with the elite Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC) and has worked on a contractual basis with another government agency. After […]

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The new age of anonymous email: why do you still give yours out?

The term “anonymous email” can refer to many products that either temporarily or permanently shield your actual email address or provide you with a disposable email address. Let’s take a look at the different types of anonymous email, what separates them from each other, and how each can be most effectively used. Why use an […]

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Vanishing rights: stop your online privacy from disappearing

US privacy laws are awful right now. There: we said it. It’s time to do something about it. We’re in the middle of a privacy crisis. Just look at all the NSA surveillance news that came out over the summer of 2013 and it’s clear that government spying is everywhere. You have less protection in […]

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Gmail privacy: Google says users can have no expectation of privacy

This week, the consumer advocacy group Consumer Watchdog got a lot of press over their publication of Google’s statement in a court document that Gmail users–and anyone who emails them–can’t expect any privacy in their email. The paragraph that everyone’s talking about is as follows: “Just as a sender of a letter to a business […]

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