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Tuesday, 1 May 2018

My new Podcast: Perry on Privacy



After working with Ben Smith in California, I was instantly inspired to start a podcast. Ben's Podcast, the Voice Entrepreneur is an interesting listen and hits on some great ideas about what the future holds. For my podcast I am going to focus on Privacy as much of my work at Thexyz seems to revolve around Privacy. I will also hit on other topics too but with Facebook in the news, GDPR around the corner, Privacy seemed like a good choice. Episode 1 was published today and you can have a listen below.

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Here is the transcript for those that prefer to read....

Hello, welcome to Perry on Privacy Before I begin I would like to point out that this is my first podcast, all opinions are my own and I have no idea what I am talking about. 

While this podcast is mostly about Privacy, I will hit on other areas in my skill-set such as; email, cyber security, spam, domains, hosting and of course your questions. As many of my know, my background is with Thexyz, where I have helped thousands of people just like you, take control of their privacy. 

If you are the kind of person who thinks "I have nothing to hide" when you hear the word privacy. This podcast is for you. If you are already concerned about your privacy and want some tips and tricks on privacy and security, this podcast is for you. If you think that the SSL lock next to a URL of an online store is actually a shopping bag. This podcast is for you. If you are a person who just likes hearing someone with a British accent speak. Then this podcast is for you too. 

My topic for today is the "late majority" Over the past few years I have attended a number of tech conferences and heard this term thrown around. It used to mean people that were older, didn't grow up with technology etc. Where as today it actually includes everyone. The reason for this is that many young people are not grasping the important aspects of technology. A British study in 2015 found that most teens could not tell the difference between a google ad and a search result. This is very concerning as what difference does it make when we have companies like Facebook and Cambridge Analytica in the news if we can't tell the difference between a paid ad in the first place. 

The late majority includes everyone and we all have an invested interest in each others security and privacy. Cyber security cost the global economy $600 billion last year and this very much a growing problem. Let's make America use strong passwords again! Please subscribe to this podcast for more tips tomorrow. Be brave, be proactive. Bye for now.

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