GETTING CLEAN

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GETTING CLEAN

Making Small Changes for Privacy



Corporate owned, public service providers should not freely access your private data, but they do because they can. More good news, you can shut it down. The vast majority of internet businesses rely on your ignorance. Here's the rub. Nothing on the internet is free. If you are signed up to 'free' web services such as email, analytics, social media, you are paying with content or data or both. Unless, a company explicitly states that they do not under any circumstance sell, trade or track you on the internet, you are engaged in marketed data. In advertsing, your 'posts' are considered to be and factually termed 'content'. If you don't want your posts aka 'content' monetized, get them off of corporate social media platforms. If you do want your posts monetized, get them off of corporate social media platforms. Change your email server to an encrypted provider such as... Protonmail for example. Do your reasearch, if not Protonmail, find an encrypted service. Stop collecting 'subscribers' on shared social media platforms. Instead, meet your audience members on your own social network. Run your own digital gallery, plant security 'bits' into your own images, music, videos etc. run your own cinema from your couch, shit like that. If you can't survive without your social media platform, then you don't have an audience. If this is true for you then start there. Develop an audience that belongs to you and go from there. When you are ready to make the change, we can help.


If you can't survive without your social media platform, then you don't have an audience.

The Question: Why are social networks and email service providers paid billions of dollars for your thoughts?
The Answer: Because you probably didn't know you could monetize your own thoughts'. Good news...you can and... you probably should.