Have you ever wondered why Facebook, Twitter, GMail and many other applications on the internet are free? Yes, they make huge amounts of money in advertising, but an even bigger source of revenue is the data you create and consume. From the advertisement you click on, the post or tweet you like, this data is saved forever and put into a huge data base. Your personal information, likes or retweets can be used to target specific advertisements to appeal to you and pop up every time your engaged. This is why if you search for "Honda Accord" in your favorite search engine, you will see an ad for every Honda dealer near you.
Some people may not mind this, however this could lead to a number of unintended consequences. If you liked the wrong post 7 Years ago, or responded in to a tweet in a way that might be taken out of context, there is really no way of erasing that. That's why it is important to look for ways to guard your privacy. Fortunately, there are many new and emerging technologies that use both blockchain and Cryptography to assist you in guarding your privacy. Our purpose is not only to assist with learning and participating in the emerging digital economy, but be a resource to bring some of the best products and new services and give you the knowledge to protect your privacy
Session is a private messaging app for IPhone and Android phones as well as desktops. No personal data is collected, you can sign up without providing personal information. Runs securely on top of the Loki Blockchain.
Brave Browser is based off of the same code as Google Chrome. It will block ads and tracking information. Additionally, it has it's own digital token you can that you can earn by viewing ads or send to content creators
Private search engine with no tracking. Can be used in conjunction with Google Chrome as an extension or just a stand alone search engine.