Slate: Government Suspicious Of Internet Cafe Users Who Favor Privacy Settings

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If you have ever cared about privacy while using the Internet in public, check out what the FBI and Justice Department have to say.

The agencies have created safety flyers to help the public recognize “warning signs” at many locations, including at Internet cafes.

According to Slate, “the message this sends is that anyone trying to protect their online privacy is probably doing something bad. Other ridiculous red flags include downloading a map of local transit or looking at photos of populated areas.”

 

 

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Elaine Rigoli

Elaine Rigoli is PRIVATE WiFi's manager of digital content strategy.