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Resources to improve your privacy and anonymity

Liberty: Help us stop the Snoopers’ Charter
“How would you feel if a record of every text, email and call you made was stored for future possible access by the Government? What if they could tell that you visited this website, which pages you viewed, for how long and even which computer you were using? Your ‘communications data’ can build up an incredibly intimate picture of you. ”
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Examples of popular Browser Privacy related add ons:

Ad Block  Plus
No Script


EFF Surveillance Self-Defense Project: The SSD Project

Online Privacy: Using the Internet Safely

(What fingerprints does your browser leave behind as you surf the web?)

Security In A Box | Tools and tactics for your digital security

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Version 1 (12 March 2013), updated 13 March 2013.