Me and my Shadowmyshadow.org
text your friends via a mobile phone
or shop online –
you leave a digital shadow.
You want to know how big it is?
Find out with our interactive tools
whenever you cast a shadow.
tools & tips to explore your traces,
resize them and how to turn the tables.
The tools suggest hands-on solutions to
stay safe when using digital devices.
If you do, you likely started doing after you
clicked on an "I agree" button at the
bottom of a long page full of words.
Did you read this or any of these long,
complex and boring descriptions called
EULA – End User Licence Agreements?
Shadow Timesars technica, May 13: On Facebook, deleting an app doesn't delete your data from their system Read more New York Times, May 2: How to Muddy Your Tracks on the Internet
Legal and technology researchers estimate that it would take about a month for Internet users to read the privacy policies of all the Web sites they visit in a year.Read more PC World, April 27: Which Facebook Apps Steal Your Data (and How to Stop Them)
The biggest privacy problem with Facebook isn’t Facebook itself, it’s Facebook’s apps.Read more Wired UK, April 27: How deep packet inspection works
The phrase "deep packet inspection" has been cropping up quite a bit, of late, particularly with regard to the UK government's proposed web surveillance plans.Read more Read the Shadow Times
Me and my Shadow
Thought PiecesWhat are digital shadows and why do they matter?
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