16 ways librarians can protect patron privacy [...]

1.       Default search engine (on public access terminals set the default search engine to one which respects privacy such as Startpage, Duckduckgo, or Oscobo)

2.       Default browser (use a browser such as Firefox)

3.       HTTPS (see https://letsencrypt.org/ for example)

4.       Vendor management: when negotiating licence agreements, make sure that there are robust provisions covering privacy & confidentiality

5.       Ad blocking software

6.       Organise a cryptoparty Read more at libraryprivacyblog

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