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Front-end developping | Drinking milk with dark chocolate cookies | Tired of the server room's buggy green lights |

Don't ask me what's underneat the keys of my keyboard, it's cookie dust.


Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
22
comment How can someone go off-web, and anonymise themselves after a life online?
I would start by changing my computer and internet provider. All mechanical tracable points like macAddress, IP, etc. Then, install some proxy like TorOnion, a virtual machine in witch i would have set a decent not known to public browser with all 3rd party cookies off, pixel.gif off, flashCookies off and THEN create a new profile of a NEW me with a new email address from my own server. After that i would restrick myself to anonymous search engines like duckduckgo. I commented your post to participate (rep < 10) to this good sense of human beeing question.
Dec
22
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Dec
22
comment How can someone go off-web, and anonymise themselves after a life online?
Unable to post answer (rep < 10>) Before cyber death, i would sabotage for a few weeks my identity. I would create a fake account and log in to what i used to web to .. and deface my profiles, like writing to a boy while i am a girl, publish photos of random photoshoped persons about my new 'faked' me. Something like "Hey Milche, why do you pretend you're a boy?" or "Warning people, this user is a fake, it's in fact my past girlfriend, see the picture" .. relate this old account to some new fake, and new fake to something more fake.
Dec
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