As the Internet becomes more pervasive in everyday life, the importance of security and privacy protection becomes more important also. With the increased risk of worms, viruses, ransomware, phishing and other malware and scams comes the need for increased protection from these dangers.
In response to the US Congress repealing the FCC’s Internet privacy guidelines that were passed last year, several state governments have decided to take matters into their own hands by enacting Internet privacy rules of their own.
Maybe it is just me but I have never been a fan of big soulless multi-national corporations with no regard for real people. Now that Internet Service Providers can mine your private browsing info for profit, I felt compelled to offer some tips to make it harder for them to use the information against you. Now Internet Service Providers will be able to do what Facebook and Google have been doing for years.