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Browsing the Internet Anonymously

by Ken Jorgustin, Modern Survival Blog:

Many of you may be concerned about the unseen tracking that happens when you browse the internet. Much or most of this is fairly innocuous; for example the majority of online tracking is used by marketing and advertising companies for the purpose of serving relevant advertisements to you in allocated banner ad space on websites who are supplementing their income, etc.

Having said that, there are legitimate concerns that when you browse certain websites (or any websites), that your internet address (IP) location may be logged and correlated with the sites that you are visiting… which could potentially be flagging or profiling your behavior in NSA data mining servers located in Bluffdale, Utah for example (the brand new $2 billion spy center), or any other gov’t or 3rd-party entity.

Here’s one way to get around all that…

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