All About Me

bloggingHey there! I’m Dana Jackson! I’m the founder of Privacy Hub where I share information to help you protect your privacy as you surf the stormy seas of the world wide web.

This site was launched in 2018 and it’s for everyone who is concerned about keeping their personal information safe online. This site is a quickly growing hub of answers to  questions like:

“How do I use the internet privately?”

“How do hackers find and abuse my information?”

“What software or apps should I use to protect my online privacy?”

“What should I watch out for when choosing my software or apps?”

If you’ve ever asked yourself these questions, then this is the right place for you!

Privacy Hub will answer all your online privacy questions and provide you with more information that will help you ensure your privacy in the future.

Well, you probably already know that just by visiting the homepage but this is just to make sure you don’t mistake it for something else– like a cooking blog, or something.

I’m still learning more about the ins and outs of online privacy every day but I’d love to share my insights with you as I do and I hope that you’ll find this site helpful. I came up with this idea when I started asking myself the same questions that I stated above.

Now, I bet you wanna know more about the person behind all of this so here’s what you should know.

(In hindsight, I’m not really good when talking about myself but if you really wanna know more about me….)

I was born and raised in Huntington Beach, Orange County, California, USA. I like long walks on the beach and later on surfing on that beach after I find a good spot.  

I have a degree in Political Science (which technically makes me a scientist, I guess).

I love writing and helping people. These passions of mine recently helped me find my true calling in the online privacy niche– which is why I made this site.

You can expect to find honest and useful information on this site. So visit us often and learn more about how you can keep your online privacy from being invaded.