Posted 02 March 2015 - 11:32 PM
What Kilroy said is right. Unfortunately, like "protection", there's no such thing as "perfect privacy". In order to remain anonymous, you have to stay off the grid by not using any technological devices there is. I suggest you to look up "IoT" on Google, which stands for Internet of Things. If you thought that using a computer and the Internet could not be private, you didn't see anything yet. The truth is that pretty much everything on the web can be found by the right people, with the righ tools and the right knowledge/skills. I don't say that it'll ever happen to you. If you abide by the law, browse the web in a legal way and use your computer for casual use, you won't ever find yourself in this situation. You can only do so much to remain as anonymous is it is, but there's no way to dissapear completely, even less when you use a world that was created by humans and not by the nature itself.
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