Posts Tagged 'privacy'



Hide Your Data & Identity with SOCKS

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Take maximum benefit from your VPS or dedicated server, setting it up to double up as your personal online privacy & web access tool, in seconds!

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One Man And His Web

censored website, UAE-style

So I've relocated for a few months, to an Arab country that shall not be named. My website, on the other hand, still lives in Newark, New Jersey, before traveling about. And I have a dilemma.

On arriving here, I checked my site and was greeted with the fact it is unavailable. Banned, sensored, deemed inappropriate.

Why?

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“Microsoft Swindles” – Fighting the Cartel Caper Con Scam, Tsssk!

pissing off Microsoft

So I bought a new machine last week and, gparted, have been busily treating it to Ubuntu.

It's cooler now. Literally.

And I figured, I'm fed up of being forced to pay for an excuse of an operating system that I don't want.

Damn, I wanted to buy a computer, not all the crap bundled on it:-

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15 Ways to Protest About Facebook’s Content Scraping Strategy

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So, what's the problem? Facebook's already about-faced, yeah? Your content is safe, huh? ‘Cos the debate about your content in Facebook's hands has been all over the blogoswhatnot, featured on webzines and buried down CNN's running order. It's Digged to death, done ‘n dusted?

Wrong.

If you saw any Facebook exec interviewed about this, the nuance is more about, “er, we'll have to educate our ...

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Facebook – Cool, huh! (Except They Want To Steal Your Content?)

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If you use Facebook. And value your content and identity. You need to read this.

A few weeks ago I wrote a series of posts about online anonymity and safe surfing. There was a section about social networks. Apparently it wasn't big enough.

Facebook has gone a ...

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How to Surf Anonymously & Hide Your PC: Part 5 – Video How to: Set Up a Proxy

proxy server IP address list image

If you want to be anonymous in real life, buy a big coat. Online, and for your PC, it's more complex. Why do it? To shore up your identity, safeguard data, secure eCommerce and give peace of mind.

Better Anonymity with wpCop.com

UPDATE: Feb 2013

This guide is old. The theory is good but the ...

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How to Surf Anonymously & Hide Your PC: Part 4 – Controlling Javascript

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If you want to be anonymous in real life, buy a big coat. Online, and for your PC, it's more complex. Why do it? To shore up your identity, safeguard data, secure eCommerce and give peace of mind.

Better Anonymity with wpCop.com

UPDATE: Feb 2013

This guide is old. The theory is good but the practise is worn.

For ...

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How to Surf Anonymously & Hide Your PC: Part 3 – How to Set Cookies

Examining stored cookies

If you want to be anonymous in real life, buy a big coat. Online, and for your PC, it's more complex. Why do it? To shore up your identity, safeguard data, secure eCommerce and give peace of mind.

Better Anonymity with wpCop.com

UPDATE: Feb 2013

This guide is old. The theory is good but the practise is worn.

For ...

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How to Surf Anonymously & Hide Your PC: Part 2 – 21 Tips to Surf Safe

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If you want to be anonymous in real life, buy a big coat. Online, and for your PC, it's more complex. Why do it? To shore up your identity, safeguard data, secure eCommerce and give peace of mind.

Better Anonymity with wpCop.com

UPDATE: Feb 2013

This guide is old. The theory is good but the practise is ...

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How to Surf Anonymously & Hide Your PC: Part 1 – Anonymising Your PC

Anonymous PC image

If you want to be anonymous in real life, buy a big coat. Online, and for your PC, it's more complex. Why do it? To shore up your identity, safeguard data, secure eCommerce and give peace of mind.

Better Anonymity with wpCop.com

UPDATE: Feb 2013

This guide is old. The theory is good but the practise is worn.

For ...

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