Oct 282013
 
 October 28, 2013  Surveillance

Zach Miners reports:

The Internet Archive, the online repository of millions of digitized books, wants to shield its readers from other’s prying eyes — like the government’s.

The Internet Archive will use the secure HTTPS protocol by default for its readers.

On Thursday night the nonprofit announced new privacy protections to make it more difficult to see users’ reading behavior on the site, by implementing the encrypted Web protocol standard HTTPS and making it the default.

Read more on Computerworld.

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