Whilst privacy Online has been systematically compromised over time, there are steps that can be taken to at least make things more difficult for them (The Hierarchy Enslaving You).
Below is a free (up to 10 Gigs of data per month) IP spoofing VPN. It basically changes your device's VPN/IP address to a different location. The desired country can be chosen.
Despite TOR Browser's precarious beginnings, it has earned the reputation of being one of the most private (free) internet browsers available to the public, to date.
Its connectivity speed has increased significantly over the years. If you don't currently use TOR it might be worth giving it a try.
The TOR browser can be used concurrently with the Windscribe VPN without losing internet speed. It is recommended to log into Windscribe first, if possible (Linux users).
It is understood that these types of precautions, quite possibly, actually DO work.
Either way, this is just an FYI for privacy minded individuals.
Long Live The King,
Long Live The Fighters.
2 Samuel 22:3 The God of my rock; in him will I trust: [he is] my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my high tower, and my refuge, my saviour; thou savest me from violence.
22:4 I will call on the "I AM", [Who is] worthy to be praised: so shall I be saved from mine enemies.
Matt. 24:21 For then shall be great oppression, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.
24:22 And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the Elect's sake those days shall be shortened.
An alternative to google or for use in addition to the current browser you may be using:
What I like about Neeva is that it stays on the topic that is being searched and does not switch to something else after page one. So far, so good. I have not used it long enough to give a comprehensive review.
Save Changes to Linux Live USBs Create Persistent Bootable Drives
54,104 views 15 Dec 2020 Create a Linux Persistent USB that allows you to travel with Linux anywhere and use it on multiple computers all through a USB. This is a Easy Beginner Guide that helps setup and create a Persistent Linux USB using a software called Rufus. This can work on multiple distributions like Ubuntu, Fedora, Arch, and even Windows. This can be done on Windows/Linux. The tool is available for both and allows you to Create a Linux Persistent USB Easily! Rufus is a software that helps you create a bootable disk, but also can help you by setting up persistence on a USB. Persistence means that when you reboot your Linux distro you won't have to worry about the data getting wiped on your USB. Instead it remains on the USB until you destroy it yourself. This is great if you want a Linux Persistent USB / Pendrive that allows you to use Linux anywhere! You just have to select the USB in BIOS settings and you are on your way. My Linux Cheat Sheet and 25 Page Checklist here: https://learn.savvynik.com Free YouTube Tools: https://editbulk.com Want more info/content? https://savvynik.com
Useful Links/Commands: Discord Link - SavvyNik Useful comments: With the price of SATA SSD drives these days, getting a 500GB drive and a SATA->USB adapter is anywhere from $40 - $45 on Amazon. That may be a better option for many. You can even install the distro on it completely (instead of a Live image) and setup a bootloader on it. That way no issues with upgrading and installing packages, etc. Saving documents is great, but you can safe them from under any live distro to another available storage drive, such as a different USB flash or a HDD/SSD device.
The more important part of the who persistence scheme is being able to save changes made to the OS itself, such as modified settings, added or removed plug-ins/extensions, added or removed applications, and such. I am not sure that this topic was covered in this video.
Virtual machines are very useful for non-hackers as well.