Digital privacy is becoming a larger and larger social concern. In most situations ‘digital privacy’ refers to personally identifying information being shared over public networks. Prior to the disclosures made by Edward Snowden, the debate surrounding digital privacy mostly concerned social networks like Facebook. Then in 2013 Snowden leaked top secret documents bringing to light the issue of mass surveillance. These documents revealed the lengths to which the government was going to gather intelligence domestically. With this in mind, there are a number of things that an average internet user can do to try and maintain their digital privacy or at the very least mitigate its loss.