Yesterday, the House voted to let internet providers sell your browsing history
Here are links to the privacy policies of the largest ISPs in the US
“Less than a week after a Senate vote to empower internet service providers to freely share private user data with advertisers, the House has weighed in too. Today in a 215-205 vote on Senate joint resolution 34 (H. Res.”
“Today, we’re pleased to announce the launch of Firefox Focus – a free, fast and easy to use private browser for iOS. We live in an age where too many users have lost trust and lack meaningful controls over their digital lives.”
“Update (June 28): Facebook now says it doesn’t currently use “location data, such as device location and location information you add to your profile, to suggest people you may know.” New story here.”
“Research undertaken between 2008 and 2014 suggests that more than 81% of Tor clients can be ‘de-anonymised’ – their originating IP addresses revealed – by exploiting the ‘Netflow’ technology that Cisco has built into its router protocols, and similar traffic analysis software runnin”
“If you don’t want the NSA to know anything about you, that’s tough. If you don’t want Google to know anything about you, that’s also tough.”
“Cal INDEX is unique in that it will be one of the largest exchanges of its kind, initially providing physicians and nurses with secure, on-line access to approximately 9 million health information records – or nearly one-fourth of the state’s population.”
If privacy while you're browsing the web is important to you, the new Epic Privacy Browser from Hidden Reflex could be the answer for all your discreet surfing needs.
The Epic Privacy Browser will not accept third-party cookies and will block trackers.
It feels a lot like Google Chrome. You can't install extensions because they could leak your privacy. You can easily filter all your browsing through a proxy so that your original IP address is hidden.
If you were really paranoid, I can see where this browser could have a spot on your system. For everyday use, I would find it very hard to use because I have extensions that are essential to how I get things done.
Check it out at http://www.epicbrowser.com/
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