Down the rabbit hole, part 7: How to limit personal data collection from city cameras

My home is my sanctuary. 

My computers (and handheld devices) all run free software systems that have been (fairly) tightly buttoned down and secured. My online documents, messaging and emails are handled either on my own servers or by companies dedicated to open source and security. 

Is my personal information 100 percent safe and unhackable? No, but it’s pretty good. And it’s about as good as I can get it without making significant sacrifices in the name of privacy. 

But eventually I need to leave my home. And that is where things get much more difficult. 

Let’s talk, briefly, about the challenges faced when trying to maintain a certain level of personal privacy when traveling around your city. 

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