Being trustworthy is privacy's first anchor.
Who can you trust in a world where the most direct path to money is making you the product? The big names in internet technology like Google and Facebook make excellent money by tracking you and monetizing your personal information. They optimize revenue by forcing their will on the norms of data collection with dark patterns and insecure default settings. Countless “little brothers” exist behind the scenes, trading personal data you may assume is private. The number of supposed privacy extensions or secure VPNs actually selling your information themselves would startle you. You are not Winston's product.
At Winston, we operate out in the open, in a world that is commonly shadowed — because our mission of smart, pragmatic privacy choices will succeed only when based on transparency and trustworthiness.