READ THIS STORY: How to Muddy Your Tracks on the Internet

3 May

As Kate Murphy reports in the New York Times: “Legal and technology researchers estimate that it would take about a month for Internet users to read the privacy policies of all the Web sites they visit in a year. So in the interest of time, here is the deal: You know that dream where you suddenly realize you’re stark naked? You’re living it whenever you open your browser.”

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One Response to “READ THIS STORY: How to Muddy Your Tracks on the Internet”

  1. Carmen August 3, 2012 at 3:13 am #

    Intresting article, i see your point and what u r syniag!! but the argument should be how much information is private, u can share some about u online, but keep it to a mimimal.Facebook, its a social website to connect friends and let friends find each other across the globe, now if every person on facebook uses a wrong name, how will ppl find each other, u still need to at least have ur real name and a dat of birth or year.the second point, using an alias or not does not mean the person intend to do something bad, to use an alias is not the only thing u will do to do something bad, lots of technical stuff goes in the background tooR

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