Weekend spring cleaning

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Bored? Killing time before the excitement of Monday's return to work? No, me neither, but either way Lifehacker is carrying a good set of tips to lock down privacy in your personal life, which is particularly timely in light of this week's International Switch to Firefox Day (more to follow on that).

Covering recommendations to block and monitoring web tracking (I use Fluid and Ghostery), mobile device privacy and basic home computer security settings, it's worth a look if you're after a bit more control over who follows your personal life. 
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