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There's Nowhere to Hide on the Internet

By The New Yorker

April 5, 2017

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Sometime before dawn on March 29th, not too many hours after Congress approved legislation that allows Internet-service providers to sell your browsing history to whoever wants to buy it, a coder named Dan Schultz released a search randomizer called Internet Noise, which offers a way of veiling one's real interests online.

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