Infographic: Nine Tips To Keep Your Internet Usage Private

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If you’ve paid any attention to the national headlines at all over the past couple of months, you’re well-aware that your privacy is under attack in our technological society. Barring a complete embrace of a Luddite philosophy, you probably can’t hope to totally protect your privacy; but there are easy ways to avert snoops.

The infographic below, courtesy of WhoIsHostingThis.com, offers nine helpful tips:

9 Tips for Keeping Your Internet Usage Private [Infographic] by Who Is Hosting This: The Blog

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  • usaok59

    It would seem that we can jump through a lot of hoops to stay away from the gov’s prying eyes, but in the end they have more resources than we do; they’ll spy on us if they want to.

  • squeeze127

    Download TAILS to DVD or Thumb Drive and run off Debian Linux with Tor.

  • azcat

    Been using ixquick.com few months ago. still a good option?

    • Stravo

      definitely. i don’t see why it isn’t numero uno on this report.

  • hardh8

    I use startpage which is ixquick.com also. Wondering about is it still a good option also?

  • terri

    My wise mother who died a year ago at age 90 said the computer will go down in history as the worst invention, although I’ve made my living with computers most of my life. The entire world pretty much lives in a police state – some much worse than others – and I am no fan of anyone, including the government knowing what I am doing. But at the end of the day, if you are living a clean, legal life and just trying to enjoy and survive like most of us, I don’t think the government is going to spend much time with us. I’m more concerned about cyber crime and how we may end up going back to a cash society sans online banking (I know I am thinking about it more and more) and then there are biometrics and putting identification on our bodies, but then if you believe in the Bible, that is the mark of the devil in the End Times. So enjoy life, do good stuff, try to help your neighbor, try to see how others around the world live and keep on doing what you’re doing. Just my two cents worth.