Better Safe Than Sorry

2017 was the year of Internet privacy for me. I found myself becoming increasingly concerned over who had access to my data, why they had it, and what I could do to limit tracking. I took a step back to reevaluate my digital footprint and I wanted to help others accomplish the same.



Near the end of 2017, I released Better Safe Than Sorry on GitHub and made it available on the world wide web. I wanted to build something simple that worked everywhere and was available for anyone to access freely. There you have it, a curated list of privacy tools that helped me change the way I interact online with the hope they can inspire you to become a better digital citizen.