How to Become Anonymous, Secure and Free Online
by Amy Awol
Publisher: Smashwords 2018
Number of pages: 151
This book describes how internet users can become anonymous, secure and free. It gives many free resources and methods for users who want to go anonymous and protect their personal data from being accessed or hacked from outside sources. Ethical concerns for anonymous use are also discussed, along with legal issues that affect freedom and privacy for common citizens who use the internet.
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