'Once it's out there, it's out there': Financial crimes unit sergeant speaks to dangers of sharing personal information online

"Dr. Richard Forno is a senior lecturer, and the director of the Graduate Cybersecurity Program for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. 

Forno explained that as a person navigates across the internet they leave a trail of data or ‘digital footprints’ behind that make it easier to be tracked, particularly by advertisers. 

Speaking about a term called “culture jamming,” Forno said there are ways to make it harder to follow digital footprints. 

“Not impossible. But it adds another obstacle between someone trying to create a full profile on you.”"