Internet Snooping Bill – How to protect yourself

In the last few days the "Internet Snooping Bill" was passed. It is called Protecting Children From Internet Pornographers Act of 2011 - or PCIPA (Read More from the official site)

What does the bill mean? Overall the goal to protect children from internet Pornographers is a very worthy cause. However, in the process of protecting kids it also allows ISP's to maintain your browsing, surfing, and access history for 1 year. That means an ISP will have your IP, sites you visited, what you did online (email, ssh endpoints, etc..)

Here is a great article from lifehacker that describes the bill and some ways to protect from your information going public.

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