10. Don’t automatically join public WiFi
Enable your phone to always ask first, since public networks are notoriously unsecured.
11. Embrace a split (online) personality
Sort of. To make identity theft trickier, use multiple email addresses and credit cards (think one for work, one for personal, etc) so that there’s not one unified picture of your digital footprint.
12. VPN FTW
A Virtual Private Network essentially blocks your IP address when you surf, so that the sites you’re visiting can’t track your unique computer identity. They typically cost just a few bucks a month, and you can read up on them more here.