60 Ways to Protect Your Privacy with Open Source Software

By Cynthia Harvey | Posted August 23, 2011

Personal privacy may seem headed for extinction, but fortunately there are still plenty of ways to keep your business to yourself. You just need to have the right tools to layer in a protective shield. Fortunately, there are plenty of open source software tools that can help.

Our resident security expert over at Datamation looks at 60 different open source software security tools to help you help others to mind their own business.


With the growth of social networking, blogging and the Web in general, personal privacy is becoming harder and harder to find.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has argued that privacy is no longer "a social norm." And former Google CEO Eric Schmidt once famously opined, "If you have something that you don't want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place."

Read the complete article: 60 Open Source Tools for Protecting Your Privacy

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