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This publication cannot exist without our contributors. If you would like to be a part of this project, please consider the following types of contributions.

Articles: Do you have an idea, tutorial, story, or experience you would like to share? We are seeking articles of any length. Please make sure it is non-fiction and related to privacy, security, or OSINT. Articles presented in a professional and unbiased manner will always receive priority. Please submit original content which has not been previously published.

Reviews: Have you thoroughly tested a new product or service? We want to share your experiences. Keep the reviews honest and do not promote your own products.

Reader Questions: Do you have a question or need clarification about a privacy-related topic? Submit it to us for publication consideration. If you have questions, other people are wondering the same thing.

Letters: Do you have something to vent? Let us know.

Updates: Do you have updates to the Data Removal Workbook or other resource on the IntelTechniques website? Let us know. We would like to publish them.

Puzzles: Who doesn't like a good puzzle? Submit your privacy-themed crossword puzzles, word finds, or anything else you create.

Please do not email us asking if you should submit something for publication. Of course you should! Send your final and best submission for consideration. Sending content acknowledges consent to publish your submission.

If you would like to contribute, please send your submission to the following email address. All submissions should be in pure text format (either within the email or attached as a txt file) and any images should be included as attachments. Please do not send Word or PDF files. Send your message to:

moc.enizagamdetcadernu@ffats


This email address is hosted at ProtonMail. Please include the type of contribution (Article, Review, Question, Letter, Puzzle, etc.) within the subject line. If submitting content for publication, include your desired name, moniker, or alias for attribution. If none is provided, any published content will be attributed to "Anonymous Reader". We will never share the email address (or associated name) used during the communication unless you provide explicit consent.