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originally posted by: GBP/JPY
Your car and tv spy on you
Your phone and GPS tracks movement, they have enough computing power
originally posted by: DigginFoTroof
I'm not looking for anonimity. What i'm looking for is a browser that doesn't record the text I write into a text box on a web page. Like a search box on a web page, I don't want whatever data I put in that box being sent back to the browser company.
I would think that there would be browsers that aren't intereted in your data, if that is how they make their $$ then they should charge for the browser instead of scraping data. I think people would pay for that bit of privacy - don't you?
As for the ISP's, i'm well aware. I've known about this since at least 2003 when I learned about the main international fiber lines in NYC and San Francisco all having "splitters"/taps inline where they enter the "main line" buildings. There have been reports of many ISP's having similar setups and IDK if these taps are gov run (like NSA) or if it is for their own private use of the data.
originally posted by: LostWoods
Youre not thinking big enough... your ISP spies on you, and so does who knows what else.