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What Does Internet Privacy Mean to Me?
Transcript of What Does Internet Privacy Mean to Me?
Third party Information
Some websites like Google, Wikipedia, and How Stuff Works do share information with third parties, but some websites limit what they can give out.
Privacy Settings are also found in the website's Terms of Agreement.
by Anna Dowell, Paige Holland, and Kerri Loy
How do I find it?
Go under websites' privacy settings and read about what they do with your information before giving it to them.
Use different passwords so your accounts aren't connected.
Make sure passwords are at least 14 characters long and have symbols, numbers, and words not found in dictionaries.
Have different email addresses for different things.
Do not post personal information online.
Know that you always run into the risk of having your online identity made public.
What does Internet privacy mean?
Internet privacy involves the right or mandate of personal privacy concerning the storing, re purposing, provision to third-parties, and displaying of information pertaining to oneself via the Internet.
Links for Privacy Websites
Examples of Privacy Policies
Our actions online leave a trail that is easily stored and saved on sites like Facebook, Google, and Yahoo. Our information may be promised to be kept safe, but what most people do not know is that our information is only promised until the government requests it. From there, our information is out in public for everyone to see.
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