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Privacy and Freedom Event!
Join us for an important event this Thursday.
Hi From Glenn!
I hope you are having a fantastic day!
As you know, I’ve talked about online privacy in this newsletter for years. I’ve written articles, made videos and had instructional webinars to teach you online privacy.
The reason for my focus on privacy? Because privacy is essential for freedom itself.
Did you know, for example, that your internet service provider is allowed to watch and record everything you do online, and they can take your “private” browsing history and sell it? This is legal, but it’s wrong.
Beyond this, your private browsing history will soon be put into your credit report. So everything that you do online that you think is your private business (and it is) will soon be available to everyone who pulls your credit report.
This is a gross violation of your rights, but we’re not even scratching the surface. Let’s take a look at Google…
91% of all searches are on Google and YouTube (which is also owned by Google).
65% of all browsers are Chrome, which is owned by Google.
72% of all phones around the globe use the Android operating system, which is owned by Google.
27% of all email users use Gmail.
52.5% of all websites use Google Analytics.
So ask yourself this, why does Google create these products? ALL GOOGLE PRODUCTS ARE CREATED FOR ONE PURPOSE ONLY: TO STEAL YOUR DATA.
They do this deceptively and without your consent.
But WHY do they want your data?
You’ve heard of the saying that information is power, right? This is absolutely true, especially in today’s world. Companies and countries that have information about you, have control over you.
They use the data to manipulate you and you don’t even know that it is happening.
For our own privacy and for freedom itself, we all need to know how to protect ourselves from big tech and big brother. Of course, there is a third risk; hackers.
Hackers primarily want to steal your assets, and sometimes they just want to hurt you. And most people leave their virtual doors wide open for them. With just some simple changes you can make yourself much more secure against hackers.
It’s time to be proactive about your online security and privacy!
Please join me this Thursday for a live educational class about how to take some practical, bite-sized measures to protect yourself (this class is specifically designed for non-techy people so don’t worry if you’re not a computer whiz). The class is titled…
5 Ways to Protect Yourself from Big Tech, Big Brother and Thieves Who Spy on You Without your Consent.
Thursday, April 21st at 7:00 p.m. CT (8 ET/6 MT/5 PT)
Privacy is your right, and you need to protect it!
Please join us for this very important class, and if you know others who may be interested, please share this with them.
I hope to see you there!