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How to dodge government internet surveillance

And other dangers
Mon Apr 23 2012, 12:58

ARE YOU A BIT WORRIED about authoritarian government spooks hoovering up your every email, tweet, social networking post and mouse-click online, turning you into a potential 'terrorist' or criminal suspect rather than an innocent citizen with privacy and other civil rights?

There are a few things you can do to at least make it a lot harder for snooping bureaucrats and others including criminals to track and trace you on the internet. Our sister IT news web site V3.co.uk has put together a quick list of the Top 10 ways to protect your privacy and avoid the government’s prying eyes, so you can read that to learn about most of the basic strategies for retaining your privacy online. µ

 

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