The emergence of the modern information society and its increased emphasis on the collection, use, and storage of personal data has enabled the growth of surveillance and the loss of privacy. Do you know who is monitoring your internet use? Do you know how to protect your privacy?
Choose Privacy promotes the importance of individual privacy rights and protecting privacy in society as a whole.
Who owns your browser? Who might be tracking your internet use? What browsing data can your ISP see and sell? Does Chrome’s Incognito Mode actually do what you think it does?
Tim Burchfield, Digital Initiatives and Scholarship Library Assistant, will teach you key principles of anonymous web browsing for casual users and experts. It’s not just what you’re using, it’s how you’re using it.
Originally published at conductorshare.nd.edu.