If you're interested in privacy and don't know where to start, educating yourself is the best place. Even if you do absolutely nothing to protect your privacy, at least you would be aware of the environment we live in today. I note where I found each article and documentary; if no longer available please let me know and I will update the information.

  • "Terms and Conditions May Apply", a documentary interviewing privacy advocates and activists on the topic of all privacy, not just the internet. It is a sobering view of the reality we already live in and what little privacy is really afforded us now. On Netflix (which also tracks your every move) and IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2084953/
  • "Schneier on Security", a blog on security events, viewpoints, and discussion by a Bruce Schneier: https://www.schneier.com/ I don't understand the fascination with squid and some of the technical details discussed are way over my head, but Schneier's views on security are well-balanced and enlightening; I visit the site at least once a week: https://www.schneier.com/
  • "Electronic Frontier Foundation", the leading nonprofit organization defending civil liberties in the digital world: https://www.eff.org/
  • "The Intercept", by their own description "…is dedicated to producing fearless, adversarial journalism." With Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras, and Jeremy Scahill on the team, The Intercept makes FrontLine look like mild-mannered news reporting: https://theintercept.com/?