Internet privacy is an important topic for participants of the Occupy movement because it affects how your movements are tracked online. This page will explore what is known about internet privacy and what steps you can take to protect your online privacy.
Internet privacy involves the right or mandate of personal privacy concerning the storing, repurposing, providing to third-parties, and displaying of information pertaining to oneself via the Internet.
 Web War One (Russia vs Estonia)
Cyberattacks on Estonia refers to a series of cyber attacks that began 27 April 2007 and swamped websites of Estonian organizations, including Estonian parliament, banks, ministries, newspapers and broadcasters, amid the country's row with Russia about the relocation of the Bronze Soldier of Tallinn, an elaborate Soviet-era grave marker, as well as war graves in Tallinn.
 Flame (malware)
Flame,[a] also known as Flamer, sKyWIper,[b] and Skywiper, is modular computer malware discovered in 2012 that attacks computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system. The program is being used for targeted cyber espionage in Middle Eastern countries. Kaspersky Labs says Flame and Stuxnet appear to have been developed in tandem and a section of code directly from Flame was used in an early 2009 version of Stuxnet.
The United States and Israel jointly developed Flame to collected critical intelligence in preparation for cyber-sabotage attacks aimed at slowing Iran’s ability to develop a nuclear weapon. The malware was designed to secretly map Iran’s computer networks and monitor the computers of Iranian officials.
President Obama secretly ordered increasingly sophisticated attacks on the computer systems that run Iran’s main nuclear enrichment facilities.
- Stuxnex on Wikipedia.
- Obama Order Sped Up Wave of Cyberattacks Against Iran
On August 9, 2012 Kaspersky Lab said that it had discovered what it believed was the fourth state-sponsored computer virus to surface in the Middle East in the last three years, apparently aimed at computers in Lebanon.
Shamoon, also known as Disttrack, is a modular computer virus discovered in 2012 that attacks computers running the Microsoft Windows "NT" line of operating systems. The virus is being used for cyber espionage in the energy sector.
- Shamoon on Wikipedia.
 P3P: The Platform for Privacy Preferences Project
The Platform for Privacy Preferences Project (P3P) is a protocol allowing websites to declare their intended use of information they collect about web browser users. Designed to give users more control of their personal information when browsing, P3P was developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and officially recommended on April 16, 2002.
 The Clean IT Project
The Clean IT project is a project to define an Internet censorship and mass surveillance framework for the European Union, funded by the European Commission. Its stated mission is to prevent the Internet from being exploited by terrorists, in particular by preventing access to terrorist propaganda material.
Reports have stated that it intends to bring about a situation in which social networking and messaging platforms would be "patrolled" by police, and to require Internet companies to monitor their services for terrorist material.
- Clean IT project on Wikipedia.
- InfoSec on Occupy.net
- Panopticlick - internet finger print identity test.
- Duckduckgo search engine.
- Internet privacy on Wikipedia.
- Rop Gonggrijp on Wikipedia.
- Cyberwarfare on Wikipedia.
- Google Chrome Incognito Mode, Tor, and Fingerprinting
- Google Chrome bug outs users seeking anonymity
- Subpoenas Issued Demanding Logs and IP Addresses for some Occupy Websites
- Megaupload boss: Site popular among US government users
- Ubuntu 12.04 will bring OS-level privacy options
- Have You Occupied Wall Street? NYC Wants Your Twitter Data
- Google Analytics A Potential Threat to Anonymous Bloggers
- Congress Decides To Allow Employers To Demand Your Facebook Password
- Watching Every Click You Make
- Occupy protester's tweets fair game for prosecutors: judge
- Report: FBI Wants to Wiretap Facebook, Twitter, Google
- EFF's Top 12 Ways to Protect Your Online Privacy
- Server Seizure, April 2012
- The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. Here's their story
- Revealed: Hundreds of words to avoid using online if you don't want the government spying on you (and they include 'pork', 'cloud' and 'Mexico')
- 'Proof' Links Flame, Stuxnet Super Cyber Weapons: Researchers
- U.S., Israel developed Flame computer virus to slow Iranian nuclear efforts, officials say
- Judge: Twitter Must Turn Over Occupy Wall Street Protester's Tweets
- Occupy Tracking
- After defeat of Senate cybersecurity bill, Obama weighs executive-order option
- South Korea strikes down law requiring real name use online
- Study: Majority Of File-Sharers Are Heavily Monitored
- Twitter hands over Occupy protestor's tweets (update: asks court to wait for appeal decision)
- US general: We hacked the enemy in Afghanistan
- Congress, at Last Minute, Drops Requirement to Obtain Warrant to Monitor Email
- Certified Lies: Big Brother In Your Browser
- 'Largest' public denial of service attack in internet history linked to European spam dispute
- No shooting at protest? Police may block mobile devices via Apple
- Pirate Bay ships PirateBrowser for censorship-free search