An interesting read for… well, everyone. Or at least everyone who uses a computer or a cell phone.
“The recent Facebook scandal has alarmed many because of its clear privacy intrusion. However, only a few are concerned about the constant privacy intrusion by Internet Service Providers (ISPs). ISPs probably know more about you than you yourself. They can monitor and log every website you ever visited and sell this data to advertisers. Stop the privacy intrusion by ISPs such as Comcast and Verizon. Try a VPN such as Private Internet Access or Tor when going online.”
You can read much more in the Tutanota Blog at: http://bit.ly/2rtkrZM.
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Categories: Online Privacy & Security
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