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Personal Privacy Choices and Internet Usage for the Somewhat Cautious Geek

Anonymous Coward writes | about 7 months ago


An anonymous reader writes "I've been meaning to update my browsing habits for the facebook/google/nsa era and was wondering what habits & practices I should adapt to minimize the spread of my personal info' online. I know it's not possible to completely browse anonymously — and certainly not if I'm using Gmail, Facebook et al — but I'd like to avoid my porn habits being linked to my online banking, or political research compiled with amazon orders. What's everyone's go to strategies? Different browsers for porn and online shopping? Particular browser extensions? Shrugging and not worrying?"

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Slashdot Glitch? (1)

lsllll (830002) | about 7 months ago | (#46267531)

This is the second article I've seen from a few days ago which has NO comments. Tell me it isn't so?
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