Neowin: How to regain your online privacy

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This is why I don't use Fecesbook, Twatter, or Googley. For an alternate and less evil search engine, use duckduckgo.
 

ET3D

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Guest said:
This is why I don't use Fecesbook, Twatter, or Googley. For an alternate and less evil search engine, use duckduckgo.
I don't use any of these, either. I used Facebook, Twitter and Google, though.

I was hoping the article would provide some information that average users could use, such as tweaking privacy settings and such. Not sure who this article is aimed at, since only privacy nuts will follow such drastic measures, I don't think they will be using most of these sites anyway.
 

ET3D

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Sorry, missed the part about a part 2 with less drastic measures. Though I'm still not sure who part 1 is meant for.
 
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Joining [using] a public proxy network on the internet, is a smart man's exercise in democracy.

As Canadian PM Trudeau once said, government has no business in the bedrooms of the nation.
 

Richy2k9

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hello ...

whatever you do, anonymity online is just an illusion ... that is used by both parties, the one who want to hide oneself & the one spying on others ...

you will never find proof against or for this, as maintaining the status is the real goal of all authorities

good luck !

cheers!