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    Stealth: Leaving Less on the Internet

    I am not tech-savvy. I came across this article this morning which might help those like me.

    6 things you can do now to be stealthier on the Internet

    While being invisible on the Internet is about as possible as being invisible in real life, a few easy changes of habit can make you a more elusive target for advertisers, intrusive social networks and possibly even the NSA and friends. While these are measures anyone can take, please note, they won't necessarily provide total anonymity or protection from hackers. They'll just keep much of your everyday Internet activity from being recorded and tracked.
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    1. Private browsing windows
    2. Adjusting preferences
    3. Downloading browser plug-ins for anonymity (Ghostery, HTTPS Everywhere)
    4. Camouflaging or using deceptive identities
    5. Alternate servers for anonymity (DuckDuckGo, SpiderOak, Hushmail)
    6. More extreme measures

    http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/6-...net-6C10312932

    Who on the board uses the "alternate way of doing things" and what is your experience?

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    Re: Stealth: Leaving Less on the Internet

    A new add-on from Firefox now can alert you whenever you are on a site surveilled by NSA. The add-on, Dark Side of the Prism, plays music from the 1973 Pink Floyd album Dark Side of the Moon.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...n-internet-nsa

    http://projects.justinblinder.com/Da...e-of-the-Prism

    https://github.com/jblinder/DarkSideOfThePrism (installation instructions)

    Justin Blinder is the developer.

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    Re: Stealth: Leaving Less on the Internet

    DuckDuckGo, a search engine that does not track use, has seen a dramatic upsurge in usage.

    First news of the government's Web tracking program PRISM broke late last Thursday, and by Friday, traffic at the indie search engine DuckDuckGo was on the upswing. The tagline on its homepage: "Search anonymously."
    http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/wa...kgo-6C10321830

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    Re: Stealth: Leaving Less on the Internet

    Protecting PC privacy and ISP address:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...acy-ip-address

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    Re: Stealth: Leaving Less on the Internet

    An encryption primer from the Freedom of the Press Foundation:

    Encryption Works: How to Protect Your Privacy in the Age of NSA Surveillance

    Defending yourself against the NSA, or any other government intelligence agency, is not simple, and it's not something that can be solved just by downloading an app. But thanks to the dedicated work of civilian cryptographers and the free and open source software community, it's still possible to have privacy on the Internet, and the software to do it is freely available to everyone. This is especially important for journalists communicating with sources online.
    https://pressfreedomfoundation.org/encryption-works (article ) (PDF downloadable)

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