somebody protects your identity while you surf for a fee. No recommendations are intended or made.
Leak Test This is a little program that you download and run on your PC to see if your firewall is allowing traffic to be broadcast from your system.
Browser Spy shows you information that you are broadcasting about yourself and your computer when you browse the Web.
PA Do No Call List
National Do No Call List
Remailers are sites that let you send and receive data anonymously.
Privacy Rights ClearingHouse has great info on Internet safety.
EEF - Electronic Frontier Foundation is dedicated to preserving privacy.
EPIC - Electronic Privacy Information Center Privacy Tools has an article on a survey that EPIC did of the leading search companies. Also has links to anonymizers, cookie eaters, and other privacy tools.
Cookie Central tells you all about cookies.
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
Abuse Net will help you complain more effectively about spam.
Privacy brought to us by the ACLU folks.
Shields Up This site will tell you as much as it can find out about you and your connection.
Privacy.Net has info on identity and privacy protection.
How to MUNG Your Email Address MUNG stands for 'mash until no good'. This is an easy technique to prevent your email address from falling into the hands of spammers.
PrivacyPlace has information and links to products related to keeping your privacy while on the net.
FTC Privacy Initiatives
Opt Out and the Aureate conspiracy controversy. Site includes 'Spyware' that will detect the Aureate engine so you can remove it from your computer.
Risks Digest has information on the latest attempts at privacy invasion and person tracking.
Fred Cohen's Security and Privacy Site - advice and links to other resources. Leans toward the geeky side.
Bug Me Not- allows you to circumvent required registration for use of some Web sites by using an already existing signon ID in their database.
ARIN.net WHOis - enter an IP address to find out who it belongs to: