Reset The Net On June 5: Taking Back Online Privacy

June 5 is the day we Reset the Net, according to nonprofit Fight for the Future. This means taking personal action to help secure some data and raise privacy awareness, whether you're a user, app developer or site owner.

Their site outlines steps that can be taken, as well as a pledge to sign and a downloadable privacy pack with an assortment of apps and best practices to help keep your data under wraps.

June 5 is particularly significant in this case because it's the first anniversary of the day Edward Snowden's first NSA story was published.

So give some of these tools a shot. As the site says, governments can hack anybody, but they can't hack everybody.