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These are the sources to find some of the best and most maintained Pi-Hole blocklists available.
This post was originally published on 20 NOV 2020; it has since been updated and revised.
For those who don't wish to download Chromium extensions from the Chrome Web Store, there is (fortunately) an alternative: you can install Chromium extensions manually. No Google account required.
This post was originally published on 2 APR 2021; it has since been updated and revised.
Let's go ahead and get this out the way: Edge, the default browser for Windows, sucks.
Edge especially sucks for privacy. Yes, even the "new and improved" Microsoft Edge that is based on the Chromium engin...
This post was originally published on 16 MAR 2021; it has since been updated and revised.
Linux and macOS users: avoidthehack! could never forget about you!
While many of the privacy browsers for Windows also work well on Linux and MacOS, naturally we believe that the Linux and MacOS Systems d...
This post was originally published on 14 APR 2021; it has since been updated and revised.
Most Android phones are going to come from the factory with Google Chrome installed. As you're more than likely aware, Google Chrome is highly detrimental to your online privacy.
So, this may mean you'...
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