This is a list of free tools and techniques you can use to better protect yourself online. This list follows along with the inewsource’s April 3 cyber security discussion and is only a tiny portion of what’s available. Note: inewsource is not advocating for any product in particular.
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Brad Racino was the assistant editor and senior investigative reporter at inewsource. He's a big fan of transparency, whistleblowers and government agencies forgetting to redact key information from FOIA requests.
Brad received his master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri...
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