do not track

From Google Search's exhaustive indexing of personal information, to revenge porn sites and surveillance cameras, is personal privacy still relevant?
Americans are now being tracked as they've never been tracked before. What is normal and accepted these days sounds like a tinfoil-hatted paranoiac's delusion from just a few decades ago, in fact.
It is promising to see leaders of both parties and both houses of Congress come together to address kids' online privacy, an issue of increasing concern for families across the country.Today's kids are living so much of their lives online and are forfeiting their right to privacy before they fully understand what privacy is.
Basic details like your gender and where you live are available for companies to purchase for as little as $.0005 per person or 50 cents per 1,000 people, the Financial Times reports.
Increasingly, the NSA story has been linked with Big Data and to the extent this development makes netizens more reluctant to engage in online activity, that is a concern that needs to be addressed.
While a mention on CNN and an appearance on Bloomberg TV this week have certainly contributed to Duck Duck Go's rise in popularity
Your personal information may be valuable to companies looking to sell you stuff, but they don’t pay much for that data. Basic
Well, maybe. There's no "Off" switch for my creepy friend William. To do so, open Safari on your iPhone and visit
By Claire Davenport Most browser manufacturers such as Microsoft and Mozilla have incorporated DNT into their settings but
The advertising industry wants to change the definition of Do Not Track into something Orwell would be proud of. One influential