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How to Stay Truly Anonymous Online in 2017
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riverway
riverway,
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1/7/2018 | 5:06:43 PM
Re: Anonymous Online
I agree with the VPN. Also it's important to be careful with phones as well. Using that Burner App is good or Sarahah . Also Roboshout . Or even getting an actual burner phone. A smart phone makes it so easy to be spied upon and everyone  follows like sheep. lol
SofiaH889
SofiaH889,
User Rank: Apprentice
6/14/2017 | 5:27:30 AM
Anonymous Online

Using VPN is the best solution for that case to bypass restriction or censorship. Once you are connected to a VPN server, you can virtually access any website you want. This does include Google, Youtube and social sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Using Annonymous VPN your connection router and your ISP can't able to see what you watching. Detail mentioned are below https://www.reviewsdir.com/best-anonymous-vpn/

AshadA063
AshadA063,
User Rank: Apprentice
2/26/2017 | 2:01:59 PM
Nice read, but is incomplete.
While pushing NordVPN too far, I'm surprised why other VPNs service are not being discussed?

Also, for the secure and private email part, I certainly would like to see Mailfence (https://www.mailfence.com) in that list, as it surely is one of the best candidate.
GeorgiaB272
GeorgiaB272,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/27/2017 | 2:44:18 AM
Interesting read.
I also recently grabbed a VPN (PureVPN) for my online transactions and privacy on public WiFi's. And I think all of us must take measures against cyber crimes. 


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