Wednesday, June 6, 2012

There's a Business Opportunity for a Company that Wants to Supply Arms to the Rebels Instead of the Empire.

MIT Technology Review investigates The Curious Case of Internet Privacy and concludes that when we trade our privacy in exchange for free Internet services we're making a rather poor bargain. As the article explains, "To understand the kind of deal you make with your privacy a hundred times a day, please read and agree with the following:

By reading this agreement, you give Technology Review and its partners the unlimited right to intercept and examine your reading choices from this day forward, to sell the insights gleaned thereby, and to retain that information in perpetuity and supply it without limitation to any third party."

There is a better bargain to be made. You can start to renegotiate your deal today by installing scrambls.


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