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First of all, don't trust any legal advice from a Q&A site on the internet. I am not a lawyer, but I can give you some pointers at least: It mostly depends on your place of jurisdiction. Laws are quite diverse in regards to liability when it comes to cyber security. You should consult with a legal expert familiar with software liability in your place of ...


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Lets turn this question around. What can Bob do to monitor your network traffic? And what can you do to stop it? Since you are at Bob's house. Bob controls his router configuration. All your network traffic goes through his router. If he has the technical skill and equipment, he can monitor every packet you send. An easy and common thing for people ...


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Let's take this from Tor backward. Yes using Tor is likely going to maximize your privacy and anonymity. That said, Tor comes with usability issues that may not be worth the pain for your needs. You can try Tor easily enough by downloading and running TBB (Tor Browser Bundle). Anyone who can access the router traffic can see that you are using Tor but no ...


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