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It’s Time to Dump Facebook and Google, Says Philly Internet Privacy Guru

The #DeleteFacebook movement has some of us wondering whether Facebook will be around in five years. We turned our backs on MySpace, but can we […]

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OPINION: The Real Reason Millennials Don’t Care About Internet Politics

When Congress passed a bill in March that condoned the sale of users’ browsing histories by their internet service providers, what struck me most about […]

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Q&A: How Comcast May Still Sell Your Online Data Even Though It’s Promised Not To

Last month, Congress voted to repeal landmark online privacy rules written by the Obama administration. The rules, which were scheduled to take effect this year, […]

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Comcast Says it Won’t Sell Your Web Browsing History

After Congress voted to repeal Obama-era FCC privacy protections last week, Comcast and other telecom companies have released lengthy statements to assure consumers that they’re […]

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Comcast Funds Civil Rights Groups That Rallied Against New FCC Rules

Last week the U.S. House of Representatives followed the Senate and voted to overturn new FCC rules that would have required Internet service providers like Comcast […]

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U.S. Senators Vote to Gut Internet Privacy Rules

The U.S. Senate sent Internet privacy down the drain on Thursday when it voted to repeal Obama-era rules aimed at protecting consumers’ online data. Without […]

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DuckDuckGo Hit Its 10 Billionth Anonymous Search

As debates about internet privacy heat up again, one thing remains constant: most Americans don’t want Big Brother spying on them through the interwebs. And […]