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Going anonymous

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Going anonymous
By Startpage • Issue #30 • View online
To be anonymous has numerous different meanings.
The dictionary defines it as 1) (of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name. and 2) having no outstanding, individual, or unusual features; unremarkable or impersonal.
At Startpage, we think about being anonymous as the ability to access the Internet, information and entertainment without profiling or a digital record. That said, we are very interested in what it means to you and the privacy community. Below are focused articles about anonymity as well as how Startpage helps shield your identity online. Please let us know what you think!
The Startpage team


Startpage articles
Why and how to be anonymous online
How Startpage helps you be anonymous
Privacy in Action: Seth Estrada, Media Producer and Crypto Consultant
Privacy news from around the world
The importance of online anonymity: Geist | The Star
UCLA students launch PeerUp, an anonymous peer-led mental health resource - Daily Bruin
Online hate probe identifies 'anonymous' racist abusers of Premier League footballers | Football News | Sky Sports
Former Mountain View hacker known as 'The Face of Anonymous' is arrested in Mexico - Palo Alto Daily Post
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