I've been trying to think of ways that privacy-centric technology can be made more accessible to non-techies. It seems to me that there's a business opportunity for someone to come to your house and install:
- a Pi-Hole with ad blocking and secure DNS
- a Nextcloud server
- a Mastodon instance
Think of it like the technician who comes to your house to install cable, except instead of "the cable guy" it's "the privacy guy" (or gal).