Give Me Back My Online Privacy (Elizabeth Doskin, WSJ, 3-23-14), Internet users tap tech tools that protect them from prying eyes.
How to Invent a Person Online (Curtis Wallen, Atlantic, 7-23-14).
VPN Benefits Explained (Claudio R., Anonymster, 1-18-17) A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is basically a series of computers networked together over the Internet, so you bypass the server of your ISP (internet service provider), so that nobody can snoop into your personal affairs.
News sites that publish on HTTPS domains, however, can guarantee all of thiswithout additional effort from users." A good explanation of information I didn't realize I needed!
Former Nixon administration attorney John Dean and a North Carolina divorce lawyer warn that if you think you have nothing to hide, think again.
How Privacy Vanishes Online (Steve Lohr, NY Times Technology section, 3-16-10).
EFF's Top 10 Ways to Protect Your Online Privacy (Stanton Mc Candlish, Electronic Frontier Foundation, 4-9-02).
Tor Project (a browser that allows you to search the Internet anonymously, or pseudonymously) Anonymizer International(Torproject.org) "keeps your online activities safe, private, and secure" Do Internet-Connected Toys Pose a Privacy Risk?
Your Digital Trail, And How It Can Be Used Against You (Daniel Zwerdling, All Tech Considered, NPR, 9-30-13) NPR and the Center for Investigative Reporting are documenting just how vivid the typical person's digital picture has become and how easy it can be to access it. This is first part of a four-part series examining your digital trail and who potentially has access to it.