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Daily Dashboard | Cranor: Even I Struggle To Protect My Privacy Related reading: Supreme Court rules warrants generally needed in Carpenter v. US case

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“I am a privacy researcher with a confession to make. I’m not any better at protecting my privacy than you are,” writes Lorrie Faith Cranor in a column for MIT Technology Review. While she employs numerous tools to ensure online privacy, including online encryption tools, tracking blockers and self-censorship online, there isn’t “one easy thing” users can do that will make much of a difference, and “doing many different things is tricky even for experts,” she writes, adding, “If we want to make privacy practical for everyone, we need privacy tools that are built seamlessly into the software and services we use.”
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