Protect your Internet privacy by lying
Source: MSNBC - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Privacy The battle over Internet privacy has a new faction: the Web privacy hawk using guerilla tactics such as lying about their identities when trading profile information for free services, the Pew Charitable Trust found in its latest survey. The number . . . The battle over Internet privacy has a new faction: the Web privacy hawk using guerilla tactics such as lying about their identities when trading profile information for free services, the Pew Charitable Trust found in its latest survey. The number of "privacy warriors" may be as high as a quarter of American Web users, whose most popular epee is providing a fake name.

Nearly as popular, Pew found in its survey presented here Tuesday at the Progress and Freedom Foundation's Aspen Summit, was giving a secondary e-mail address to avoid the inevitable follow-up marketing pitches.

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