The U.S. Senate Threat to Privacy – Part 1 What’s the one thing you need to get on the internet? An internet connection! So, what happens when your internet service provider they should have the right to monitor your every move online in order to sell that data to advertisers and other companies? Nothing good, that’s what. Join Jonathan, LD, and Sam as they discuss how your ISP wants to make add unnecessary risk to your life for profit while assuming no responsibility for your data’s safety or even give you a choice in the matter! Ready for hour two? Click here! And if you’re ready to contact your representatives? The EFF will help you do so! https://act.eff.org/action/don-t-let-congress-undermine-our-online-privacy
The U.S. Senate Threat to Privacy – Part 2 You already pay a lot for your internet here in the United States, and you don’t get a terribly good value for it. How could the get worse? By your internet service provider spying on you, collecting that data, and selling it to whoever they like. And, its worth mentioning, this puts your data at increased risk of being stolen. Isn’t that great? What can you do about it? Well, we talk some about that this hour. We even talk about a browser that’s been around since the 90’s you might not have heard of and a useful feature for this problem (you can get it at http://www.opera.com )! Did you miss hour one? Click here!