With the NSA spying on everyone on the planet (not really), Apple tracking your every move (not really) and hackers constantly running amok (really), online privacy is one of the hottest topics around right now. Of course, some concerns might be just a tad overblown, but it’s still not a bad idea to know what your options are when it comes to hiding your online activity. As such, Co.Labs writer Abram Handler recently put together a quick little guide that will help worried Web users protect their digital communications, including instructions on how to encrypt chats and emails sent from your computer. And for those concerned about mobile spying, BGR already has you covered with our earlier piece on which mobile chat apps will best protect you from the NSA’s watchful eye.
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