17: Privacy is Cool

Episode 17 February 01, 2021 00:48:53
17: Privacy is Cool
EdTech Examined
17: Privacy is Cool
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Erik Christiansen Kris Hans

Show Notes

In this episode, Kris and Erik discuss the WhatsApp and Facebook terms of service criticism and the exodus to Signal Messenger. They also recommend some privacy-related browser extensions, headphones for teaching, how to manage multiple calendars, and the importance of looking for info before asking your instructor.

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SHOW NOTES

News
*WhatsApp / Facebook terms of service

Tech Tips

Private browser extensions
*HTTPS Everywhere
*Privacy Badger
*UBlock Origin
*Terms of Service: Didn't Read

#EdTechOfficeHours

Headphones
*Sony WH1000
*Logitech H390
*Powerbeats Pro (earbuds)

Calendars
*Calendars 5
*Apple Calendar
*Fantastical
*Sync iCloud calendar to Google calendar

CONTACT:
Website: edtechexamined.com
Email: [email protected]
Twitter: @EdTechExamined

TEAM INFORMATION

Erik Christiansen, Co-Founder & Co-Host
Website: erikchristiansen.net
Twitter: @egchristiansen
Blog: tech-bytes.net

Kris Hans, Co-Founder & Co-Host
Website: krishans.ca
Twitter:  @KrisHans
Market Grade: marketgrade.com

Christopher Hoang, Audio Producer & Sound Engineer
Website: chrishoang.ca

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