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Jan. 12, 2022, 1:51 a.m. | /u/Exact_Project

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Recently, I've installed calyx OS on my pixel. I use as many FOSS apps as I can and when I can't, I install through the aurora store that uses MicroG.

To help prevent trackers, I use blockada. But recently I had the realization, that this is all useless because my ISP is able to see my traffic. Even though I've blocked these trackers that sell my data, I'm still not covered because of my ISP.

What's the solution to this? …

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