On page 204 of the book (chapter 15 for Kindle readers), the email service Privacy Harbor is listed as one of the recommended secure mail services. Unfortunately, the service closed down and is no longer available.
However, I still recommend:
HushMail which has been in business since 1999, uses strong encryption and is considered a [...]
The book, ‘Complete Guide to Internet Privacy, Anonymity & Privacy’ (or COGIPAS for short) was published over a year ago and while the vast majority of its contents continue to remain valid to this day, I would like to update readers on my recommended VPN.
At pp. 136-138, 158 and 255 of the printed [...]
My book ‘Complete Guide to Internet Privacy, Anonymity & Security’ (COGIPAS for short) is closing in on the milestone of 1000 copies sold (print and Kindle versions combined). So first let me say, THANK YOU dear readers!
If you have read the book, would you mind taking a minute to write a blurb about it [...]
Trying to get the second edition of COGIPAS rolling isn’t always easy. I found this quick read interesting, and perhaps some of you can apply it generally for increasing your own productivity when working on big projects.
Some Advice From Authors on Avoiding Online Distractions (via NYTimes.com).
Here’s the audio stream of my radio interview on KUCI 88.9 FM in Irvine, California (which aired on 4 June 2012) about the book. To play it, just click directly here (streaming audio) or on the ‘Listen to this interview‘ link at the page Privacy Piracy > Matthew Bailey. It’s about 30 minutes in duration.
Complete Guide to Internet Privacy, Anonymity & Security eBook: Matthew Bailey (Kindle Store at Amazon.com).
Thank you for helping make my book Complete Guide to Internet Privacy, Anonymity and Security the #1 bestseller in the ‘Computer & Internet Privacy’ category on Amazon.co.uk.
In a recent newsletter, the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC.org) reviewed the ‘Complete Guide to Internet Privacy, Anonymity & Security’. To read it, please see item #7 in EPIC’s Alert 18.23 of 1 December 2011.
I believe that it is a thoughtful and frank review. While it cannot be described as a ‘glowing’ review I’ll [...]
Today, via Amazon’s ‘So You’d Like To…’ guides, I have posted a free Internet Privacy & Security checklist.
The checklist is also available on the COGIPAS.com website here and being promoted through Google AdWords, but is delivered via an autoresponder.
A big thanks to Amber (she works at the Privacy Rights Clearing House or PRC) for tweeting about COGIPAS.