How to Be an Online Privacy Snob

Protecting your data privacy is not just a theoretical concept; it's deeply personal. Each time you connect to the internet, you create a wealth of data - sometimes even when you're not actively online. Your home address, health records and Social Security details are all examples of this valuable information. 

Even though you may not have control over the collection of your data, you do have the power to determine how and with whom you share it in many instances. Here are some tips on how to take charge of your data privacy in 2024!