May 14, 2024, 9:16 a.m. | /u/ArcDark1

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age

I'm in a situation rn that I must prioritize privacy. I've been in the privacy space for a good while now but never got myself to try linux (mainly bc it's a pretty big switch). So, how likely is that private investigators (and possibly the government) would somehow exploit windows (maybe indirectly) in order to deanonymize me?

ps. keep in mind that I'm not an absolute noob, so it's not like I'm gonna download an exe from a sketchy dark …

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