There has never been a more perfect time to start being proactive about privacy than this moment, right now, at the end of 2016. The surveillance state is out of control—and it's currently being overseen by a relatively sane administration. Just think about how a Trump presidency might want to put to use the vast troves of personal data about you and your interests. A number of thoughts come to mind, and there isn't a pretty one in the bunch.
And it ...!-->