Disconnect

“Today there are thousands of companies that track your activity and personal information. But there’s a huge disconnect between how our data is actually collected, sold, or shared, and what we may actually want. Disconnect is founded on the belief that privacy is a fundamental human right: that people should have the freedom to move about the internet – and their lives – without anyone looking over their shoulder.”

https://disconnect.me/

Mentioned in this Washington Post article: “It’s the middle of the night. Do you know who your iPhone is talking to?

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