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Resources On Protecting Your Online Privacy

Eileen Ybarra, Librarian III, Electronic Resources,

The more we share information about ourselves online, the less potential control we have on how that information is used.   However, there are simple precautions you can take to minimize the amount of personal information about you that is online.  Below are some resources that can help you learn more about securing your personal information and privacy on-line:

Books at Los Angeles Public Library.

How to be invisible: protect your home, your children, your assets, and your life by J.J Luna

Take control of your online privacy by Joe Kisell/ e-book available through Axis 360

Axis360 Quick Start Guide

Digital assassination: protecting your reputation, brand, or business against online attacks by Richard Torrenzano.

Manage your online reputation by Tony Wilson.

Online resources  on securing on-line privacy

Must-know privacy tips for Google, Facebook and other online services by Ian Paul, PC World, Oct 25, 2013 

Federal Trade Commission “How to Keep Your Personal Information Secure”

USA.gov “Protect Your Privacy Online”

Steps for Securing Your Online Privacy—for Dummies Cheat Sheet