Privacy Blog

"Friends don’t let friends get spied on.' – Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and longtime advocate of privacy in technology.

Why It’s Harder than Ever to Remain Anonymous on the Web

Though the Snowden leaks woke the world to the prying eyes of government snoops and helped popularize services for people to cover their tracks on the Web, we are living in a time when governments around the world are deploying sophisticated technologies for digital eavesdropping.

Governments aren’t the only hurdles, either. In a world where data is money, anonymity is an enemy to online marketers, advertisers, and big tech companies that earn billions to monitor, track, and profile Internet users.

You can read more in a Story by Jaikumar Vijayan at

Categories: Online Privacy & Security

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