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Add up what can be learned about you from the data trail you leave on the Internet and your own PC. It’s frightening. And, let’s face it, short of unplugging your computer, you can’t solve the problem completely. But short of that, there’s a lot you can do -- and this book shows you how.
You’ll discover how to make your PC and web connections far more secure than they are now; learn ten great ways to reduce junk email, and how to make the most of the latest Internet privacy tools. (Want to encrypt your email? The slick commercial version of PGP is history, so you need to use software that’s a little trickier to work with. You’ll need some help -- and this book offers it.) You’ll also find detailed chapters on protecting your money and credit; and guarding your privacy at work (not easy!)
Lead authors John R. Levine and Ray Everett-Church have made careers out of understanding and fighting privacy invasion on the Internet. They know there are no silver bullets. Nor, however, should you stand defenseless. You can fight back -- with Internet Privacy For Dummies®. Bill Camarda
Bill Camarda is a consultant, writer, and web/multimedia content developer. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks For Dummies®, Second Edition.