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Recommendations for better Internet privacy

Passwords

Passwords are supposed to be the primary filter of access of a delicate bit of information. Only those with privileges to enter what’s inside are supposed to have the passphrase; so it should be long, secure, easy for the perso

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Data as Surveillance

Governments and corporations gather, store, and analyze the tremendous amount of data we chuff out as we move through our digitized lives. Often this is without our knowledge, and typically without our consent.
Based on this data, they draw conclusions about us

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HOW MUCH DATA?

Some quick math. Your laptop probably has a 500-gigabyte hard drive. That big backup drive you might have purchased with it can probably store two or three terabytes. Your corporate network might have one thousand times that: a petabyte. There are names for

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Computers constantly produce data

Governments and corporations gather, store, and analyze the tremendous amount of data we chuff out as we move through our digitized lives. Often this is without our knowledge, and typically without our consent.

Based on this data, they draw conclusions

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