Internet Privacy Tricks The NSA Doesn’t Want You To Know
These days, not only is technology getting confusing, but it’s also getting downright intimidating. When you consider the fact that these massive tech giants, such as Google, Comcast and Verizon, are collecting massive amounts of data on we, the average-Joes of America, the technological landscape can seem more oppressive than empowering.
With that said, there seems to be no shortage of these “trusted third parties,” sharing our information with the NSA. Now I’m not saying that I plan on pulling a “Snowden-gag,” but let’s just say that I’m still not exactly comfortable with the idea of having all of my personal information flying around out there in the cyberwind. Fourth Amendment aside, I’m also just not fond of being watched…
And I’m sure that many of you will agree with me on this point, but I believe it’s just bad manners to stare at strangers without their consent. So, here are three good ways to protect your online anonymity, so that you don’t have to feel like some unionized NSA employee isn’t sitting behind some computer screen and staring at your info for no apparent (or tyrannically nefarious) reason.