Browse Anonymously in Complete Privacy from Anywhere We are at an interesting moment in the history of the Internet. Just as more and more people are beginning to understand the importance of digital security and online privacy, ISPs are poised to begin selling their customer’s datato third-party marketers. If you want to browse anonymously and keep your Internet browsing data … Read More
How to Protect Your Browsing History from your ISP and the Internet Privacy Repeal
Protect Browsing History and Don’t Let ISPs Spy on Your Internet Browsing DataYour ISP is not your friend, and thanks to recent acts by Congress and the President, the company you pay each month for Internet access will also be able to sell your browsing data to anyone willing to pay. As the EFF so eloquently stated, “We pay our monthly Internet … Read More
(No) Surprise! AT&T is Tracking You Too!
“Perma-cookies” are not deliciousYesterday, I blogged about how Verizon Wireless was inserting a “perma-cookie” into their users’ web traffic, so they can track and sell customer browsing data to advertisers. They’re adding what’s called an X-UIDH header to every HTTP request that you send through their network, and to make matters worse, they’re offering no good way to opt-out of … Read More
How to Prevent Verizon from Tracking You
Is Your Data Being Tracked? In fall 2014, the news broke that Verizon Wireless is tracking all of their customers with what’s being called a “perma-cookie” and it’s a major privacy concern. They’ve devised a slick way to capture your browsing data with an “X-UIDH header” and sell it to advertisers. To see if they’re tracking you, visit request.urih.com. This … Read More