When everyone is out to get you, paranoia is just good thinking. - Dr. Johnny Fever
The first was the NSA leak by Edward Snowden about a process known as PRISM. Here's the article from the Washington Post.
Next was that USPS is photographing the front of ALL snail mail. Here's the article from the New York Times.
- Start by clicking the following link, which leads to AT&T’s opt-out page: http://www.att.com/cmpchoice.
- Log in with your phone number and password.
- You will now find yourself on AT&T’s privacy settings page, which includes the following blurb: “Our External Marketing and Analytics Reports contain anonymous information about groups of our customers. You may choose to exclude the anonymous information from your accounts from these reports. Please log in to each one of your accounts to opt-out.”
- Check the box next to each wireless phone line you wish to opt-out with.
- Click the “Submit” button.
- Log in to Twitter and visit your account settings page.
- Uncheck the box that says "Tailor Twitter based on my recent website visits."
- Uncheck the box that says "Tailor ads based on information shared by ad partners."
- Scroll down and click "Save Changes."