/r/privacy/

r/privacy

1.4M members
r/privacy is a subreddit with 1.4M members discussing topics like Privacy and Security. Its distinguishing qualities are that the community is massive in size, and has high activity.
Privacy in the digital age (this is not a SECURITY subreddit, and PUBLIC data, closed source, etc is off-topic)

Popular Topics in r/privacy

#1

Privacy

: "Google Ordered To Identify Who Watched Certain YouTube Videos | In two court orders, the federal government told Google to turn over information on anyone who viewed multiple YouTube videos and livestreams. Privacy experts say the orders are unconstitutional."
115 posts
#2

Security

: "Airbnb is banning the use of indoor Security cameras in the platform's listings worldwide"
40 posts
#3

Data

: "Your smart TV is snooping on you. Here's how to limit the personal Data it gathers"
38 posts
#4

Surveillance

: "California deploys hundreds of freeway Surveillance cameras in Oakland to fight crime"
14 posts
#5

Tracking

: "Twitter employees monitored Elon Musk's jet-Tracking account to see when he'd be in the office"
10 posts
#6

Social Media

: "​​The NYPD Sent a Warrantless Subpoena for a Copwatcher's Social Media Account, but Won't Defend It in Court - Hell Gate"
7 posts
#7

Phone

: "Flabbergasted there are no Phone cases that cover the cameras"
7 posts
#8

Encryption

: "I wish more people encrypted their emails"
6 posts
#9

Android

6 posts
#10

Internet

: "Reddit CEO tells users 'we know your dark secrets' as he strikes fear into web surfers"
5 posts

Popular Themes in r/privacy

#1
News
: "Reddit CEO tells users 'we know your dark secrets' as he strikes fear into web surfers"
34 posts
#2
Solution Requests
: "Signal is truly the best messaging app for most "
17 posts
#3
Pain & Anger
: "Google reCAPTCHA is a privacy nightmare - Questions over privacy promises and cookie use"
15 posts
#4
Advice Requests
: "How do I nuke my entire Reddit history now?"
7 posts
#5
Self-Promotion
: "Universal Android Debloater: Cross-platform GUI written in Rust using ADB to debloat non-rooted android devices. Improve your privacy, the security and battery life of your device"
2 posts
#6
Money Talk
: "Is it really worth it to pay for a custom email domain?"
1 post

Member Growth in r/privacy

Daily
+266 members(0.0%)
Monthly
+8k members(0.6%)
Yearly
+58k members(4.5%)

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