What can I do to protect my online privacy?
rhames 1 year ago
I’m not exactly a tin-foil hat wearer, but I would like to reduce the amount of information about me that is easily available to companies, the government, etc. Are there effective ways to increase online privacy that don’t require a lot of effort. Basically, I’m looking for the easy things I can do. Thanks.
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