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Confidential

Prying eyes are everywhere, from pesky younger siblings to the Patriot Act. What steps do you take to protect your privacy, on or offline?

fayanora Writer's Block: Confidential
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goldwine Writer's Block: Confidential
I keep my web print relatively small. I don't use my real name for most things and I don't have my pic tagged all over the place. This means that I don't need to worry too much about data mining
 
devdinohippie Writer's Block: Confidential
this was a good question. i keep myself in my room, considering i have a younger sister its hard to have privacy in other places.
online? i lock my computer account, i never give my family my pers
 
efeblum Writer's Block: Confidential
I changed the settings on my browser to not save any history items.  It also clears all private data every time I close it.  Not that I have anything to hide really, it's just that in the
 
atomic_joe2 Writer's Block: Confidential


By protecting my identity to a successful degree.

For, despite my photos, I am in fact Elvis Presley.
 
da_rappin_pixie Writer's Block: Confidential

I have my computer locked to keep my bro away. Other than that? Not much. If the govt. wanted to spy on me I don't think there would be much I could do about it and since I have nothing to hide from t
 
tjlyn92 Writer's Block: Confidential
I usually don't post anything that would sound like me on the internet. Because im kind of a private person.
 
jimheyman Writer's Block: Confidential
Fall off the grid, move to another country, and pretend that nothing actually followed me there.
 
babyv0x Writer's Block: Confidential


privacy is a big word now in using the internet,
or simply living normally.
precautionary steps i take hen it comes to using the internet
as much as possible i use my computer at home
and if i had no c
 
juggajuggalette Writer's Block: Confidential
Required passwords to access ANYTHING on my computer. Combination locks for the containers I keep my important stuff in. Key lock for my doors. And a very high level of paranoia thanks to my fathers g
 
angelhideki Writer's Block: Confidential
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Privacy online? X3 Pfft.
The most I do is make sure my phone number stays off the internet and my real name is disguised on most of the websites I visit on a daily basis. I usually don't post my YIM sc
 
notfadeaway59 Writer's Block: Confidential

Well on a computer I would (just in case someone has to use my pc for a second or two) erase my history and temp. internet files. Another cool thing I've tried is start a screensaver and set the

 
earths_citizen Writer's Block: Confidential
If they were able to find Joe-the-plumber...god only knows what's possible to keep safe.
 
writeonrika Writer's Block: Confidential
When keeping tangible objects from younger siblings, the best tactic are man-eating zombies. Locks and promises can break, but zombies won't stop until the whole household is guarding your precious se
 
luvhergurl Writer's Block: Confidential
I'm the only one that uses the computer on a daily basics so I don't really worry about it not much to spy on.
 

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