Product Hunt Daily Digest
March 23, 2017
Yesterday wasn't a good day for internet privacy regulation. The Senate voted to make it easier for ISPs like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T to track and share sensitive information about their customers without permission. This puts people at risk of increased identity theft, data breach, and financial fraud. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Here's what you can do to protect yourself:

Step 1: Use a VPN like TunnelBear or Cloak. VPNs hide your IP address and encrypt your traffic across the web to keep you safe.


Step 2: Use HTTPS everywhere (as opposed to regular HTTP).

Step 3: Use a tool like Micro Snitch to protect your private data from being sent out, and Snoopie, which shows you who's watching you across the web. 🐶

Step 4: Use secure mail clients like Hop Encrypted Email or ProtonMail.

Step 5: Use a password manager, enable two-factor authentication, and share with a friend the Don't Get Hacked collection.
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