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I'm in your tubes making your internets...


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suggested rejected edit on Does hiding version numbers increase my security?
Dec
24
comment How can someone go off-web, and anonymise themselves after a life online?
I suppose you may be right; even if border control logs you as entering a country, if you can change your habits significantly enough because you're in that country, you'd still be hard to find. Aside, I find it interesting/amusing that you think entering legally harder than illegally. I'm a citizen of 3 countries and lived for 1.5yrs in a 4th (legally)... and while there is paperwork, money, and hard work, I wouldn't have the faintest idea how to immigrate illegally and still have a nice life with creature comforts like a regular paycheck...
Dec
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comment How can someone go off-web, and anonymise themselves after a life online?
interesting idea... only trouble with changing country is that most countries you can legally (read:easily) change to are going to be obviously linkable to you (e.g., if you have two passports, perhaps you're in that second country, or as an eu citizen, perhaps you're in another eu country...) and quite possibly, you'll have left a trail at border control with your passport anyway. Illegal immigration without any trace? not so easy.
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