Cybersecurity for Activists: How to Protect Yourself When Protesting for Change

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Global protests over police brutality erupted last week after the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man killed in police custody on Memorial Day. It all began in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where a white police officer knelt on Floyd’s neck for almost nine minutes while he was pleading that he couldn’t breathe. The officer’s knee …

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How to Change the DNS Server on Windows 10 (PC Guide)

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Internet service providers usually set up your network settings and DNS server addresses whenever you sign up for one of their internet packages, either for business or at-home use. This ensures that you never face problems trying to access websites and services on the internet. Proper DNS settings also ensure that you’re able to download …

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How to Access Uncensored News & Information in a Coronavirus Pandemic

In a bid to have more control over what kind of information gets out (and hence forms a narrative) regarding the coronavirus epidemic, governments all over the world are taking measures to make it hard for citizens to have access to vital news and information through an unrestricted global internet. In this guide, we’ll show …

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What Iranians Can Expect to Happen to Their Communications Facing a Potential War With the U.S.

This is the age of untraceable attacks. Right now, both Iran and the United States are just two of many countries worldwide that make use of ruthless proxy entities to not only spread chaos everywhere their resources allow, but to also inflict violence and destroy vital infrastructure. Of course, as in any war, cyberwarfare also …

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