Now that congress has deemed that our privacy means nothing does not mean we can't defend ourselves. The NY Times has an excellent piece with links to great resources like Tor, a browser yours truly has used with great success.
Those rules meant to protect the privacy of your internet activity that you may have heard about? Never mind.
In a 50-48 vote mostly along party lines on Thursday, the Senate moved to strip consumer privacy rules that had just been created in October. Next week, the House is expected to go along with the Senate measure, and the rule changes would then head to President Trump for his signature...
Washington’s zeal for privacy protection may have cooled, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have other means to keep what you do out of other people’s hands.
Various types of software can help protect internet traffic from prying eyes. A number of browsers, for example, have “stealth” settings that make it difficult to track a web surfer’s activities.
Terrific article well worth reading. I learned a lot, you will too.