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As a Web Developer, I understand that every website is collecting my information in some form or another. You can go to great extremes to block the vast majority of it, but exceptions always surface. You can subscribe to a VPN to “anonymously” browse the web. But unless your VPN refuses to comply with American warrants, your browsing habits can still be tracked.
Personally, I don’t want to live in a world where someone can SWAT a 19-year-old school shooting survivor and get away with it. But I also don’t want to live in a state-run dystopian nightmare. So the most we can do is communicate with each other and fix any problems as they arise.
Last revised April 15, 2021
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Last revised April 2020
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