As has been widely reported in the media, the United States has effectively allowed Internet Service Providers to sell information about people’s Internet usage habits, something that was previously going to be banned effective later this year. To combat this, several media reports have suggested using encrypted web sessions (HTTPS rather than HTTP)… But, there is a BIG problem: HTTPS may NOT ensure users’ privacy. To learn why, please see my article in Inc., Why HTTPS Won’t Keep Your Internet Usage Habits Secret.
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