How to create and protect an anonymous identity
Sometimes technology might not be enough to protect your anonymous identity. That's why you need a plan. These 10 rules might help you protect your real identity.
Have you ever thought of creating an anonymous identity online with which to interact or spread your ideas without fear of repercussions?
Easier said that done.
Technology is seldom enough to keep an identity anonymous. Being truly anonimous takes a lot of effort, planning and risk assessment — based on who you are, where you live and what you want to do with your anonymous identity.
“Even a poor plan is better than no plan at all.”
Today I’d like to offer you a glimpse of what you should keep in mind to protect your real identity. Before starting, however, we should clarify one issue: privacy and anonymity are not the same thing. They shouldn't be confused, and they cannot be protected in the same way.
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