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In 2022, protecting your privacy and online activities is **not optional**. Protecting your privacy is 'not optional' Everything you need to start hacking is available for free online, and by "online" I don't see many encouraging trends, though: default security settings in apps and products are often terrible or inexistent. Convenient convenience almost always prevails over basic security. Privacy is bearly existent in products and services unless you take serious measures that can have drawbacks. Reused passwords, default settings, weak encryption, or misconfigured connections will make you pretty vulnerable.