Nameless in Cyberspace: Protecting Online Privacy

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Generally, that well-practiced tango between anonymity and disclosure goes on smoothly in the real world.

But in the virtual world, it can sometimes have scary consequences, including the loss of your privacy and identity. If you are shopping in the real world, you aren't carrying a sign with your address on it. But in the virtual world, even if you're just window shopping, more and more web sites ...

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