Privacy Rights Clearinghouse Offers Secure Browsing
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To better protect your privacy, we've enabled secure browsing on our website.
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse has installed a "SSL" (Secure Socket Layer) encryption certificate, meaning information sent by you to our website will be encrypted enroute.
If you'd like to browse our site using HTTPS, go to https://www.privacyrights.org.
About Secure surfing/SSL:
When checking your email or conducting any important transaction, adding an “s” after “http” may give you a secured connection to the webpage (for example, https://www.gmail.com). Many webmail services provide this feature. This ensures that your login details are encrypted thereby rendering it useless to hackers. Although your email login may be encrypted, some webmail providers may not encrypt your Inbox and messages.
Check for SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates on all websites on which you conduct sensitive transaction. SSL creates a secure connection between a client and a server, over which any amount of data can be sent securely.
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Who We Are
We are a nationally recognized consumer education and advocacy nonprofit dedicated to protecting the privacy of American consumers.