latsot is creating videos about privacy and activism
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Hi, I'm Rob and I talk about privacy, security, trust and activism.

Privacy is an increasing concern.  We're more vulnerable to privacy invasions than ever before and the idea of protecting ourselves against unknown and unpredictable attackers can seem overwhelming. Identity theft and other kinds of fraud are commonplace and on the rise.  It's easy to feel as though we've already lost the battle; that privacy is a thing of the past; and that there's nothing we can do about it.

That isn't true. There are lots of things we can do to reclaim and maintain our privacy online and off. It's just that the common-sense methods we're used to are broken because the internet doesn't work the way we expect.

We can fix that. We can fix our own expectations, assumptions and understanding. We can fix our default and ongoing behaviour to better protect ourselves. And, through informed activism as customers and citizens, we can regain control over our data and reclaim its value for ourselves.

In the coming videos and posts I'll talk about how to understand our complex privacy environment and how we can adapt to its changes.  I'll explain how to identify and deal with new threats and vulnerabilities. I'll cover privacy and security breaches from around the world and the lessons we can learn from them. I'll talk about how we can unite to stand up to the companies and governments who think they have a right to invade our privacy.

You'll learn practical, straightforward skills that will protect you on social media, but you'll also learn how to change the world for the better with everyone's privacy in mind.
Hi, I'm Rob and I talk about privacy, security, trust and activism.

Privacy is an increasing concern.  We're more vulnerable to privacy invasions than ever before and the idea of protecting ourselves against unknown and unpredictable attackers can seem overwhelming. Identity theft and other kinds of fraud are commonplace and on the rise.  It's easy to feel as though we've already lost the battle; that privacy is a thing of the past; and that there's nothing we can do about it.

That isn't true. There are lots of things we can do to reclaim and maintain our privacy online and off. It's just that the common-sense methods we're used to are broken because the internet doesn't work the way we expect.

We can fix that. We can fix our own expectations, assumptions and understanding. We can fix our default and ongoing behaviour to better protect ourselves. And, through informed activism as customers and citizens, we can regain control over our data and reclaim its value for ourselves.

In the coming videos and posts I'll talk about how to understand our complex privacy environment and how we can adapt to its changes.  I'll explain how to identify and deal with new threats and vulnerabilities. I'll cover privacy and security breaches from around the world and the lessons we can learn from them. I'll talk about how we can unite to stand up to the companies and governments who think they have a right to invade our privacy.

You'll learn practical, straightforward skills that will protect you on social media, but you'll also learn how to change the world for the better with everyone's privacy in mind.

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