S: How to limit outside sources data collection
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FC: How to limit the data from outside sources | 2012
1: How can I make sure outside sources can't get my information?
3: 1st off, you can make sure you have spy ware to protect your computer from viruses.
4: Never click on any suspicious links, pop-up ads or any links asking you to confirm bank statements online
5: Never Click | On Any | Pop-up | ads
7: Unsuscribe from website you do not regularly use
8: Disable Internet "cookies" so that companies cannot put tracking devices on your computer.
9: Delete cookies?
10: Avoid Products or deals that are too good to be true. For example when a pop-up ad comes up and says you have won a $5,000 gift card to Target... Its probably a scam :)
12: Or just block pop-up ads all together!
14: Avoid downloading and or using search engine tool bars.
17: YOU | ~