Edward Snowden exposes services that use unencrypted communication.
Dropbox is at the top of the list of services he says are “hostile to privacy.”
His advice is to not use services that use unencrypted communication and adjust privacy settings to prevent governments from spying on us.
“We are no longer citizens, we no longer have leaders. We’re subjects, and we have rulers,” Snowden told The New Yorker magazine in a comprehensive hour-long interview.
This is how we get ‘sucker punched’.
“When you say, ‘I have nothing to hide,’ you’re saying, ‘I don’t care about this right.’ You’re saying, ‘I don’t have this right, because I’ve got to the point where I have to justify it.’ The way rights work is, the government has to justify its intrusion into your rights – you don’t have to justify why you need freedom of speech.”
you don’t have to justify why you need freedom of speech