(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Being invisible on the web sounds almost like a utopia. Most people have accepted that every click is stored by technology giants like Google and that not only our browsing is stored, but also GPS sites and Wi-Fi networks we visit.
Fetus in the details. Former hacker Kevin Mitnick shares his insider knowledge The Art of Invisibility; a shocking look into the world of online privacy. But why should you care about protecting yourself from online tracking? What can companies do with the information collected about you and others who use their services? Let me give you an example: A company called "Target" started sending pregnancy brochures to a family in the United States when they assumed that their daughter was pregnant. The father was furious, but the daughter later admitted that she was actually pregnant, according to an article. . .
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