Tracking your privacy
3.88 billion people are online as of June 2017. Out of 7.51 billion people living on our planet, 51.7% is using Internet. Everything is connected. Everything will be connected. Internet is awesome, we all learn, create and share information over the Internet. The time we all spend online, especially young generation is constantly increasing. This is the true power of Internet.
But as Internet opened to all of us, we also opened us to it. To be able to utilize this “free” Internet of ours, we have a price to pay, and that price is our privacy. Our privacy is now our currency to the “free” digital trove of information on the Internet that we pay, without us even realizing it.
We leave all our private information on the Internet: birthdays, places of residence, phone numbers, email addresses, social security numbers, credit cards, GPS coordinates of our movement, our preferences and
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