With privacy rights being trampled by the government daily, I’ve been on a bit of a mission to secure my digital existence as much as possible against those who would seek to violate my privacy. As a result, I’ve implemented SSL on ConsiderLiberty.com. What does this mean? Basically when you visit the site using the secure URL – https://considerliberty.com your connection with the site will be encrypted; your interactions with the site will be obscured from prying eyes. This is typically a measure reserved for sites that manage financial transactions, or other sensitive information. Is it really necessary for a lowly blog? Probably not. But it’s one more measure against an overly intrusive government and will make your time here a little more secure. Thanks for stopping by!
P.S. Check back soon for a new piece investigating how Edward Snowden, Net Neutrality and ISIS may be connected.
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