How to improve your online security (as recommended by Edward Snowden)

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A Qubes desktop

In an era of state snooping by GCHQ and its ‘five eyes’ partners, more people want to improve their online security. Concerns include avoiding identity theft and online monitoring by consumer organisations. Journalists also want protection too, especially as the Law Commission recommends they be jailed for up to 14 years for publishing state secrets. The choice of operating system (OS) is fundamental to improving your computer and online security. An excellent choice is Tails, which we have reported on previously. Another is Qubes, which is free. Whistleblower Edward Snowden recommends it…

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