5 Methods for Sending Anonymous Mails - National Parrot Ensuring that your mail is secure is a major concern for users who while surfing the internet, leave their emails. As a result, they may notice an increase the number of mails they receive daily. Nevertheless, if you do not want your inbox to be a dumping ground for spam mails, try sending a mail anonymously to protect yourself online. This platforms are designed to ensure that the receiver stays unaware of your identity. Jovago.com, Lagos Africa’s No 1 hotel booking portal shares ways on how you can send mails anonymously.
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The Invisible Pirate - Surf Anonymously This edition briefly covers several free methods of surfing the web anonymously. They include: anonymizer websites, high anonymous public proxy servers, JAP, and Tor. These methods will all slow down your surfing, but just like in the real world, TANSTAAFL online. (See Robert A. Heinlein's novel, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.) Did GCHQ illegally spy on you? Now you can find out – from this page Ever wonder whether the UK's listening post, GCHQ – the Government Communications Headquarters – was tuning in to your life a little too closely? Well, now you may be able to find out, thanks to an online campaign launched by spy-botherers Privacy International (PI). There is a bit of a catch, as you'll see.
Top 150 Makers Blog List There are hundreds of great inspiring and creative blogs to read, but do you ever wonder which blogs everyone else is reading? I do, which is why I have compiled a list of the top 150 design, inspiration, and DIY blogs – I call them all Makers. The blogs are measured and ranked based on 5 criteria (Alexa rank, Compete traffic, Google Pagerank, Google Reader subscribers, Yahoo! inlinks). How to become anonymous online Online life is quickly eroding our usual feelings of personal anonymity. Services like Facebook mean that people are able to delve into our lives like never before. Stalking, whistle blowing, even watching TV programmes broadcast in other countries; these and other online activities all rely on some form of online anonymity – or lack of it. We humans don't generally like strangers knowing all about us, but we may be unwittingly providing people with details of our lives we'd rather were kept out of the public gaze. Keeping anonymous online is also a concern for a growing number of people in countries where speaking out has real consequences. Luckily, there are several steps you can take to stay incognito online, and even some that can reduce the amount of spam email messages you receive.