Often in discussions of privacy we hear “I don’t have anything to hide”. But does it really matter? And is it about whether you specifically have something to hide?
It’s probably been over a year since I first started looking into degoogling – the process of gradually replacing different services made by big tech companies, such as Google and Microsoft, with privacy-respecting, preferable free, and ethically driven alternatives. It began with swapping out Google Calendar and Outlook with the Proton alternatives and other minor…