Computers, Privacy & the Constitution
-- GerryMoody - 12 Feb 2008

I thought it might be helpful to create a topic for personal privacy solutions (encryption, etc.).

Chris Soghoian, The day the wiretaps go dead, Feb. 8, 2008.

One of the simplest ways to reduce the degree of tracking associated with your activities online is to stop sending location information to google all the time. A good start towards doing that is to a) not be logged into google and b) run firefox with the NoScript extension, which will prevent websites you visit from running javascript when you view their pages (unless you allow them). Once you do that you will likely be surprised at the number of sites routinely running run scripts from google.

-- IanSullivan - 30 Jan 2009

here's an interesting firefox extension, for all those interested in retaining some privacy options against google:

-- NikolaosVolanis - 20 Jan 2010

I have started a personal project of listing some useful tools on my personal page. Please feel free to add to this list and spread the knowledge, to everyone, everywhere. I have also taken to convincing my lawyer and law student friends especially to try new privacy and data protections for the sake of their practice. I have found that this argument is quite effective.

-- GreggBadichek - 8 April 2016



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