Simple ways to fool corporations that track and sell your web data

The U.S. Congress threw Internet privacy under the bus last week after it voted to overturn rules that prevented Internet service providers from selling customers’ data without permission. Luckily, there are some simple ways you can obscure your online activity in order to throw off surveillance from corporations and governments alike. There are tools that help people fill their online activity with random web searches and sites that mask their true browsing habits. Here’s how you can avoid total internet surveillance.

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Simple ways to fool corporations that track and sell your web data

The U.S. Congress threw Internet privacy under the bus last week after it voted to overturn rules that prevented Internet service providers from selling customers’ data without permission. Luckily, there are some simple ways you can obscure your online activity in order to throw off surveillance from corporations and governments alike. There are tools that help people fill their online activity with random web searches and sites that mask their true browsing habits. Here’s how you can avoid total internet surveillance.

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