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The loss of privacy in the golden age of the Internet has quickly gone from troubling possibility to uncomfortable reality. Ours is a world immersed in information, and oversharing has become the rule, rather than the exception.

You can take steps to protect your privacy, even in an age of “free” apps and crazily-specific targeted ads. Encrypting your files and emails, switching to a more secure browser, and—if you have the emotional wherewithal—even pulling the social media plug altogether are just some of the ways you can keep your personal information from becoming a public matter.

Keep Your Internet Usage Private

Tips for Keeping Your Internet Usage Private

Source: 9 Tips for Keeping Your Internet Usage Private [Infographic]

Frank Ashton

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