Can Google Be Trusted? Guide to Protecting Your Online Privacy

by Dan Shewan
Since former NSA analyst Edward Snowden leaked evidence of the security agency’s covert surveillance of millions of Americans to journalist Glenn Greenwald last year, online privacy has become one of the tech sector’s most contentious issues. Few issues in tech are as polarizing as online privacy, but the topic goes far beyond opinions about the security of personal data or h ...Read the full article


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