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Is It Really Possible to Use the Internet Privately?

The internet is awesome. It has increased the level of information access across the globe exponentially. I’m concerned though about one thing: privacy.

According to USA Today, 75% of the world’s most popular websites have tracking code on their pages.

I am not alone in my concern about maintaining some sort of privacy online. I’m not paranoid…




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