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The Motherboard Guide to Not Getting Hacked (Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai and Joseph Cox, Motherboard, 8-2-16) The basic steps to take to keep yourself, and your data, safe online. 5 best VPNs in 2017 (The Best VPN) 30 service providers rated by speed, logging policies, and encryption.Legalized sale of browser histories should worry journalists (Susan Mc Gregor, Columbia Journalism Review, 4-12-17) "The blowback has been intense to President Trumps decision last week to back a congressional rollback of recently adopted FCC privacy rulesrules designed to protect web users from the reuse or sale of their online traffic histories without their explicit consent....The first step is for journalists and media organizations to privilege the use of HTTPS websites and services as much as possible: While your ISP can still see which domains youre connecting to (such as duckduckgo.com), they cannot generally see which individual pages youve visited.Similarly, news organizations should protect their readers by implementing HTTPS on their own sites.Kee Pass X (a free, open source, cross-platform password manager) HTTPS Everywhere (Electronic Frontier Foundation) HTTPS Everywhere is a Firefox, Chrome, and Opera extension that encrypts your communications with many major websites, making your browsing more secure.
Cant Hide in the Cloud (Vikas Bajaj, NY Times, 6-15-13).
Using bits of data from social network sites, researchers gleaned names, ages and even Social Security numbers. Judge Rules That Protester Cant Oppose Twitter Subpoena (Colin Moynihan, City Room, NY Times 4-24-12).
Tweeter Harris "lacked the standing to oppose the subpoena because Twitters policies required that he agree to grant the company a 'worldwide, non-exclusive royalty-free' right to distribute messages, which are publicly viewable.
(Daniel Zwerdling, All Tech Considered, NPR, 10-2-13) Could government agents really get access to all your private data in less than a minute?
Experts say no but warn we are moving in that direction.
While not always obvious, websites commonly allow other companies to track user behavior.