From Wired, a look at why "anonymous" data sometimes isn't. Know who I am? A master identity thief tells his secrets. Secret surfing: How to keep prying eyes away from your Web browser, e-mail, and IM. Actually, crime does pay: How to find fame and fortune by hacking into MySpace. A review of The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet by Daniel J. Solove. About Facebook: As the old concept of privacy fades and a new one arises online, what is being lost? Personal space invaders: A look at the top science-and-tech privacy threats of 2007. Browsing ahead: You can’t do much when you’re dead, but you can still send e-mail — that’s just one Internet innovation that will loom large in 2008. The accidental innovator: Evan Williams, the founder of Blogger and Twitter, epitomises Silicon Valley's right brain. Is the Internet destroying our culture, or is it just annoying our snobs? A review of The Cult of the Amateur: How Today’s Internet Is Killing Our Culture by Andrew Keen. Can Google "not be evil" and still fend off the government? Joshua Green wants to know. Know thyself: Or at the very least, Google thyself. The Numbers Guy on how people really search the Web (and more).