SSD ChangeLog

We're happy to share that Surveillance Self-Defense is now available in 10 languages, including recently released Portuguese. We are grateful to all who have worked to make these translations available. SSD's other recent updates and changes include:

SSD ChangeLog

We continue to update Surveillance Self-Defense thanks to our readers' great feedback. Most recently, we published SSD in Russian, TurkishVietnamese, French, and Urdu and are happy to share that SSD is now available in nine languages.

Here are a few other changes and additions we've recently made:

SSD ChangeLog

In Surveillance Self-Defense news, we've revamped the home page to make navigating the site a bit easier. Now you can access all of the SSD guides directly from the home page by hovering over "Overviews," "Tutorials," or "Briefings." You can still access the full list of guides by clicking on the Index. We're also excited to announce that this week we launched SSD in Thai.

Here are a few other changes and additions we've recently made:

SSD ChangeLog

We continue to receive great, constructive feedback from readers.  Many of your suggestions have sparked more in-depth edits which we'll share with you in the coming months. We're also working on an SSD homepage revamp, which will allow for a more user-friendly navigating experience to our guides.  Meanwhile, we're answering some FAQs from users and addressing a couple of content tweaks:

SSD ChangeLog

One of our aims in creating Surveillance Self-Defense (SSD) is to provide a resource for combatting online spying that is quickly and consistently updated to keep track of current events and the changing capabilities of both protective tools, and the attackers they defend against.  We'll be blogging regularly here to catalog the clarifications, corrections and new information we've added to the site.

Welcome to Surveillance Self-Defense

We’re thrilled to announce the relaunch of Surveillance Self-Defense (SSD), our guide to defending yourself and your friends from digital surveillance by using

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