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

ISPs Sue Maine Claiming a New Web-Privacy Law Violates Their Free-Speech Rights

It seems that Internet Service Providers are now claiming they have a right to spy on their customers’ web usage and to sell the private information they found to the highest bidder. Someone has a RIGHT to steal your personal information and resell it, claiming it is freedom of speech?

I seems ludicrous but the article by Jon Brodkin the the Ars Technica web site at http://bit.ly/39Onkce explains the latest legal actions.

SUGGESTION: If you would prefer to keep your private information just that: private, there seems to be a simple solution. Use a VPN.

The use of a good Virtual Private Network encrypts everything you send and receive online so that your ISP cannot snoop on anything you do. Go to https://privacyblog.com/category/vpn-virtual-private-networking/ to read my past articles about VPNs.

Categories: Legal Affairs, Online Privacy & Security

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