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VPN providers surely keep track of your connections to their services. They probably don't track your trafic inside the tunnel, giving you the anonymity. Remote port forwarding only applies for incoming external connections and therefore doesn't remove your anonymity for your outgoing trafic. But, if you use remote port forwarding to handle illegal ...


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Maybe late answer but it could help. I guess the recommendation of using disposable e-mail accounts when using BitCoins in terms of anonymity comes because it's much more 'likely' it won't be tracked when using an anonymous website which will most likely destroy all data after a certain amount of time rather than using a well-known free e-mail provider ...


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In addition to the other answers, here are more tips : if you must use social media, use either their mobile site or a third-party client. Social media is evil by definition as their way of making money is by reselling personal data, but third party developers couldn't care less about the social media site making money, they just want you to buy their app ...


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For IPv4, there isn't a good option. The address space is effectively entirely in use, so any partial storage means that one person voting can potentially block others from voting. The numbers towards the left generally represent ISP, geographic area, etc. -- things that an attacker might be able to figure by other means. The numbers towards the right ...



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