In 2009 the U.S. Congress decided to recognize Data Privacy Day for years in the future (nationaldaycalendar.com). We appreciate a day to promote privacy. We are in the works to support encrypted email on this website.
Data Privacy Day "is celebrated every January 28 and is an international effort to promote the importance of data privacy" (taken from https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/current-activity/2017/01/24/Data-Privacy-Day-Events). It started when Convention 108 was signed on January 28, 1981; this was "the first legally binding international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection" (taken from https://staysafeonline.org/data-privacy-day/about/). Enumerated rights are not always enforced. Cisco and Intel are leading sponsors (https://staysafeonline.org/data-privacy-day/about/).
You may want to go to this website that is sponsored by the National Cyber Security Alliance. It has links that individuals as well as businesses can use to learn about what they can do to protect their privacy. For software and other tools to help you secure your computer, you may want to see this link. If you have people walk by your monitor, you may want a privacy shield. It can obfuscate your screen to passers-by.
Recently cryptocurrency has given people a new way to transact business with many privacy benefits. To purchase a variety of cryptocurrency with U.S. dollars, you may want to try Changelly. You may also want to purchase a book on the subject. It is advisable to keep your cryptocurrency in an offline storage format given the publicity of recent of platform hackings. Amazon has accessories to help you do this.
Some books to help you learn about privacy include the following:
- The Complete Privacy & Security Desk Reference: Volume I: Digital (Volume 1) by Michael Bazzell and Justin Carroll
- Privacy and Freedom by Alan F. Westin
- Privacy in the Age of Big Data: Recognizing Threats, Defending Your Rights, and Protecting Your Family by Theresa Payton and Ted Claypoole
- Privacy: What Everyone Needs to Know by Oxford University Press
- Understanding Privacy by Daniel J. Solove and Harvard University Press
You may want to see our links on intrusion detection and intrusion prevention systems.