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Privacy: Keep Your Data to Yourself!

You’re leaking. Almost everywhere you go online, you’re leaving little drips of information about yourself. These drips are mopped up by large companies that want to build a ‘profile’ of you. They do it to make money, of course, but all this data can be used for a more sinister purpose: to manipulate your views and behaviour. It’s time to plug these leaks! Read on to learn what you can do to stay more private and anonymous online.

Category: Internet & Security, Issues
Issue: 2018 Issue 11 November
Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10
Article Reference: P892



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