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How can I protect my privacy?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Discussion' started by mariopepper, Jun 15, 2019.

  1. mariopepper

    mariopepper Member

    It's became a common and very important question nowadays, don't you think so? Your thoughts? How can people protect their privacy in the internet or even outside? I would like to see new ways to solve it
     
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  2. satopi

    satopi SM Ash is best Ash! All hail Champion Ash!

    Keeping accounts private and not sharing their pictures or real life names/specific work companies online.

    Or be a lurker rather than a member.
     
  3. mariopepper

    mariopepper Member

    I used to think in this way too but I suppose it's mo longer possible not sharing their pictures or real life names/specific work companies online so people prefer simple using of Veepn or some kind of thers adds for their protection IMAO. Probably we should start think more about our privacy then about sharing photos with our ID to instagram etc.
     
  4. mariopepper

    mariopepper Member

    the best advice I've seen - The best way to protect your privacy is to not stand out.. I should remember it
     
  5. Dream Lad

    Dream Lad Banned

    If you use Google products and Facebook, chances are your privacy has already been compromised in some shape or form. I suppose if you use a reliable paid VPN while not logging into any identifiable accounts, you could be fine. Criminal activity and terrorism rely on the hidden Internet (Dark Web and encryption), so that's how they keep their "privacy" <--- even that too is curbed by FBI raids and cybersecurity. Therefore, there's no surefire privacy online. It's more about how much of yourself are you willing to put out there. If you're a normal human being, chances are nobody will care. Honestly, in today's day and age, what you put out on social media and messengers can be far more damaging than whatever random websites you lurk.
     
    Last edited: Jun 19, 2019
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  6. Deadeye

    Deadeye H(a)unting...

    I heard someone managed to hack Tails recently. I wonder if Linux or Tails are so safe to use anymore... Windows hasn't been that for ages.
     

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