Guide to securing and improving privacy on macOS (by drduh)


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  • Any way to securely set up a (new) Mac from the start?
  • Spy pixels in emails 'have become endemic' | 2021-02-16
    macOS -> Preferences -> Viewing -> Uncheck "Load remote content in messages"

    Privacy defaults come down to usability vs. privacy; Apple making this so easy to toggle is fine by me as I care about privacy and tracking.

    Now, it would be great if every macOS application walked you through privacy settings right after installation in the same way that I am offered a tour of the new features. Since there is no such "privacy tour", the community has discussed ways in which macOS can be hardened [1], [2].



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