Cover Your Tracks Online; Privacy is Your Birthright

Are you aware of how bare you are on the Internet?

In the days of raging debates on internet privacy, consider this question if you are a novice on the topic. What kind of information do you reveal when you go online, do your searches, do your shopping, check your preferences, surf sites that interest you, read news, share information about yourself, express your opinions and upload pictures of a vacation you took with your family?

Every bit of this activity that you carry out online isn’t as private as a face-to-face chat you would have with your friends, relatives or colleagues. At least not as private as you would assume it to be. To government agencies and internet companies, you are ‘packets sent; packets received’ and a big store house of data. You don’t realize how you are being systematically deceived.

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