7 Guidelines for Keeping Your Information Private on the Internet

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I saw this article over at welivesecurity.com by Rob Waugh. Some great advice here for those of you concerned about your privacy. I would recommend reading the full article here The quick run down is:

Rule one: Use the internet privacy tools provided by ‘the watchers’

Rule two: Don’t tell the internet your age, or if you went to college

Rule Three: Don’t trust ‘Do Not Track’ – Incognito or Private mode are better

Rule Four: Don’t use Facebook log-ins on apps

Rule Five: Turn to Tails if you  really need to be private

Rule Six: If you’re doing business, use a VPN, and encrypt everything you can

Rule Seven: You are never invisible online

-Dave

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