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Protecting Online Privacyi
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January 31, 2014 3:00 AM
Despite repeated warnings by privacy advocates and security experts, most consumers do not understand the depth and breadth of the threats to their privacy and security online. What risks are we facing and what can we do to protect ourselves?

Protecting Online Privacy

Published January 30, 2014

Despite repeated warnings by privacy advocates and security experts, most consumers do not understand the depth and breadth of the threats to their privacy and security online. What risks are we facing and what can we do to protect ourselves?

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The shooting this summer of an unarmed black teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, has raised questions about how police in the U.S. do their job. Have the police become overly militarized, and are Americans afraid of those who are sworn to protect them? "Policing the police", this week, ON THE LINE.
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