With the current administration dead bent on undoing anything and everything from the previous administration, one of the casualties appears to be Internet privacy. While Congress hasn't made a final vote on revoking the FCCs privacy measures from last year (they could do so any day now), it would be wise to start thinking about privacy now, before Congress gives the green light to your ISP to collect and sell your information. First, install HTTPS Everywhere from EFF (For Firefox, Firefox for Android, Chrome and Opera) HTTPS Everywhere Second, get a good VPN service. We've discussed this in a few threads, and NordVPN offers a great deal right now if you spring for a 2 year subscription. Third, set your DNS settings on your PC to use something that doesn't track you. The problem with this is it's not a guaranteed method of evading ISP tracking, especially if it's one of the "open" DNS options like Google, OpenDNS, etc. These companies use transparent DNS proxies which may or may not be leaking information. Not to mention, Google is the last company I'd trust to not collect my browsing information. I'm researching ways to limit this and will post in this thread when I find a decent, easy to use solution.