The internet has given rise to a new breed of people who want to live anonymous life. In this blog post, we'll show you how to do that – even if it's not possible for you on your own! There is a network of relays that routes internet traffic through several computers around the world.
This post covers this network as an anonymizer, as well as how people use this for good. For example, there are some serious privacy issues with Google and Facebook tracking your every move on the internet, so using anonymous identities can be an easy way to protect your sensitive data. In this article, we will explain how to live anonymously:
Overview In short:
This network helps you stay anonymous online by routing traffic through several different points (called nodes) on the internet before it reaches its destination. This helps protect you from eavesdroppers and forces websites to treat you anonymously. It's very difficult for others (or even websites you visit) to know where you are coming from.
Politicians and the press often express concern about users being criminals, child abusers, or drug dealers. This is simply not true. The only people who join this network on purpose are those who want to protect their privacy, like journalists, activists, and whistle-blowers. There's no evidence that they use it for illegal purposes.