You don’t have to click around too much to find advice on how to protect your anonymity on the Internet. Finding good advice that isn’t simply fear-laden jibber-jabber or link bait designed to get you to pay for an identity protection service is a bit more difficult.
Slashgeek.net posted a brief, but realistic and practical, piece on maintaining anonymity while navigating the Internet. The true sign that this post is a collection of actionable advice and not a panicked plea to save your identity?
Two things – 1. They admit that some people might not mind being tracked across the Internet by websites, ad networks and search engines – it does help those folks deliver more relevant ads to you and, like it or not, advertising makes the web go ‘round. 2. The post tells you the easiest and best ways to protect your anonymity – one of which takes about 5 minutes to accomplish (caveat – you’d have to use Firefox exclusively).
Check out the post from Slashgeek.net. It might be old news for some, but there are a lot of great tips in the comment section, as well. Share any additions you might have to these suggestions.