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Digital Identity and Privacy: Tools

Passwords

If nothing else, you should be using different strong passwords for every account and preferably a password manager.

PC Magazine's recommendations for password managers in 2018. Their free recommendations can also be found here

Challenges

The tools that we use to interact with the digital world change all the time.  Sometimes a new platform is better or an old one fades into obsolescence.  Or perhaps you bought a new computer and the old tools don't work as well.  Regardless of the reason, we are constantly updating our operating system, apps and our habits. 

It's important to remember that things are constantly changing and if we are concerned about our privacy or the information we put out in the world. We need to be mindful of this, keep up to date, read about updates and keep track of our privacy settings.