In most countries in the world, including the United States, privacy is generally not a legally protected right. The incidences when an invasion of privacy goes punished are usually when it is in conjunction with another crime, such as breaking and entering or theft. As a result, there are constant risks coming from every angle and an army of different people and corporations who are looking to invade your personal privacy, both physically and online. And since it is both hard to catch and hard to prosecute, it is largely up to us to protect our own privacy. Here are five ways in which you can help secure your privacy every day.
Searching the web can become an annoying process that you do simply to get your daily news and communicate with the world. Oftentimes there’s no news to report and no need to interact with anyone via social media, so the internet can become useless to you. Every now and then, however, you’ll stumble across a website that you hadn’t heard of before that enhances your internet experience and eliminates the ho hum daily online experience.
Here are five interesting sites that you might not know about: