Last year Internet activist Eli Pariser spoke at TED about how popular search engines like Google uses data it collects on what we click and when we click it. What if you were curious about how bombs are made or about how terrorists operate? Could the information that you search for today cause Big Brother to kick you in the head tomorrow?
The monitoring, tracking and even surveillance is so ubiquitous that most people don’t even realize it is happening. If they do, there are few solutions being presented, and it truly begs the question, “What can I do about it?” –Maine State Rep, Diane Russell
Do you ever wonder how much information you may unknowingly give away on the web? With the Mozilla collusion browser plugin you can view a digital map of where you have browsed and who is tracking you. If you are as shocked by the results as I was – Time Magazine has eight great ideas for protecting your privacy online.
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