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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 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 to read my past articles about VPNs.

Categories: Legal Affairs, Online Privacy & Security

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