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CSE’s Dan Grossman in Seattle Weekly on “cyberstalking prevention”

“‘The first rule of thumb is that privacy is hard to get right,’ says Dan Grossman … ‘Don’t do anything online you don’t want people to see.’ That said, here are his tips for keeping your passwords to yourself when using somebody else’s computer.

  1. When the computer’s browser asks if you want it to remember your password, say no.
  2. Turn on the Web browser’s ‘privacy’ mode.
  3. Log off.

Read the article here.

 

July 14, 2011