Every day, we get new revelations from the Snowden Files that suggest the NSA has been spying on pretty much everybody's activities online. Now computer security expert Bruce Schneier has written up a few tips on how to make sure you're not one of the people they're watching.
Schneier has written an excellent article for the Guardian today about NSA surveillance and how it works. He's been consulting with journalists there for weeks on the information that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden shared with the Guardian and other newspapers after he fled the United States. Read all of what Schneier has to say, and pay attention to his advice: